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Name Alexey Glinsky
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Born Russia
Email pumba84@mail.ru
Homepage 3dstudio.tk

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Re: Alexey Glinsky
By NICOTINA on Feb 01, 2006 05:24 AM
Re: Alexey Glinsky
By thp on Jan 18, 2006 10:17 PM
Mne ochen nravitsa!

People, are you too americanized? Can you not look at a picture and try to see beyond??

The whole point of this work of art is that it tells you a story, not just gives you a pretty face.

The chrome is too shiny, and the seats look new. Have you thought of why? Because the vandalism of this train took too little time for the chrome to get old, and for the seats to be worn out. It's like bringing an apple to a hungry person. Do you think the leftover core will be rotten?

*for those who didn't get the comparison - no, it will be a fresh core, but the apple will be all eaten away.*
Re: Alexey Glinsky
By Jessica on Jan 10, 2006 02:37 PM
how can any of you sit there and say the chrome is too shiny or too new and thats what makes this piece bad?! what have you done? bet you couldnt do something as well as this!
its amazing and realistic keep it up!
Re: Alexey Glinsky
By Margo on Dec 15, 2005 04:24 AM
Solnishko, ti luchshij!!! Molodechik! Ya toboj gorjus'!
Re: Alexey Glinsky
By on Dec 14, 2005 05:12 PM
Borders on photorealistic but...

With comp animation you've probably heard of the uncanny valley. Basically, if something is trying to mimic human beings perfectly, then any flaw or discrepancy makes the final product look friggin' weird. But, if this were the background in something that wasn't going for perfect photorealism, then it would be perfect in the metaphorical sense. I can see the people walking around in this subway, and they aren't rendered in total photorealistic style, instead styalized, and the effect is stunning.

Probably totally irrelevent commentary, but anyways...
Re: Alexey Glinsky
By on Nov 16, 2005 06:04 AM
I'd have to agree that the chrome is too shiny, hands leave grease and dull the shine. Also the seats shine a bit too much, and are not ripped at all, they don't match the wear of the rest of the scene. Other then that, a fine rendering. Good work.
Re: Alexey Glinsky
By Kaban on Nov 08, 2005 08:25 AM
Dude don't listen to assholes. Love your work.ExeLENT!!!!!!!!!
Nastoyachiy hydozhnik, znaet i mozhet otlichit' raboty ot podrazhatel'stva.
EVERY one is a F...ing critic.

Kaban from SEATTLE.

Re: Alexey Glinsky
By Smiddy on Oct 31, 2005 01:15 PM

'What is it with these Russian ......... cant they produce happy pictures?
Re: Alexey Glinsky
By Ahmed on Oct 31, 2005 04:23 AM
this scene looks so much like the train scene in final fantasy 7 the game in way better graphics

bet u thats where u got the idea
Re: Alexey Glinsky
By anna on Oct 04, 2005 12:24 AM
interestno, rabota krasivaja nichego ne skazhesh, pravdo mne ne ochen' vericca chto po naturalke takoe bivaet!!!
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