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Name Yiran Yiran
Age N/A
Born China
Email chououou@21cn.com
Homepage www.bhaa.com.cn

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Re: Yiran Yiran
By peashi on Mar 06, 2007 12:50 AM
this is very goood art
Re: Yiran Yiran
By nejati76 on Dec 08, 2006 02:34 PM
Re: Yiran Yiran
By WyldFyr on Oct 31, 2006 06:21 PM
First the critisisms: Like those above have notice, the copy and paste of the arcitecture is noticeable, but minimal. Its not clear where the river in the middle left empties into main river. And finally, the far side of the main bridge dosnt quit meet the highway on the farside; it seems that if the supports are clear, then the ramp should be also.
Now the Praise! The artist clearly understands the way city a city is planed and developed, and the way it grows into the eviroment. Like I said before, the cut and paste architecture is minimal. Drive thruogh NYC, and you will see that the smaller and more utility the building posses, the more likley its form and finish is going to copy others like it. The author clearly expressed awareness of this. I love the road system, so functional, complete, and non-symetric. The only thing missing is the surroundng urban sprawl, but this is not critisism. It could be the planners and architects were far more advanced than us, and wanted to avoid urban blight. Truly a sight to behold!
The author has attempted a theme not seen much in these galleries, and his/her efforts are commendable! I love this seen. Keep up the good work!
Re: Yiran Yiran
By Wilson Talledo on Aug 11, 2006 09:06 AM
what a perfect scene from above!Nice work
Re: Yiran Yiran
By Canadian Bacon on Mar 12, 2006 06:57 AM
I have 2 criticisms before I shower you with compliments:

1) The title. It's called "City in the Mountain", but i think the mountain is almost entirely hidden by the city. However, this is basically insignificant.

2) Someone mentioned above me that the building look "copy-and-paste". I agree with that to some extent, but what I would really like to see is some more interesting architecture. When you look at a picture form above of a real city, you can almost always find at least one awkwardly shaped building that stands out form the crowd.

Other than that, this is a fantastic piece. I can imagine an entire novel based on this picture.
Re: Yiran Yiran
By Samarts on Mar 04, 2006 01:49 AM
Nice picture, I felt something wierd in my stomach when first seeing it. The picture reminds me of a great experience I had on my 17th birthday. With an instructor by my side I was given the opportunity to fly a smaller airplane. We did'nt ascend to much higher altitude than what is depicted in the picture above. One of the things that amazed me was the ability to see some of the earth's roundness at such low altitude. Although the curvature is not overwhelming at that height, it's discernable.
Re: Yiran Yiran
By nick on Feb 05, 2006 09:03 PM
now blow it up!
Re: Yiran Yiran
By Brian Rath on Feb 01, 2006 07:13 PM
I think you did an very good job.
Re: Yiran Yiran
By twiztid_hair on Jan 07, 2006 05:44 AM
great conversation piece!!!
Re: Yiran Yiran
By Jose Soto on Dec 11, 2005 05:48 AM
el trabajo es genial, la definicion de admosfera es espectacular. Soy un gran admirador del arte dimencionalizado y esto es uno de los mejores que he visto... Gracias por delitar mis ojos...
Jose Soto Vera
VIII Región
Republica de Chile
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