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As someone who's never looked at this site before, I can tell you what I see looks wrong wtiht the drumsticks...they look new...the rest of the items in the picture look old, used, worn...but the drumsticks look brand new...and out of place...I dont' think they look plastic, that is what new polished drumsticks look like...just new
I like it! The texture of all the different materials feel very believable. The only thing I dont like are the DRUM STICKS. The shadow of the sticks are correct, obviously, since Max renders the lighting perfectly, but the srum stick seem to draw too much attention to itself. I think the placement of them coud be better. Unless you wanted to make the drum sticks the focal point of your art work? 7/10 for me
the drumsticks are casting a shadow strait down. but even though the drumstick in the foreground is resting over the other drumstick by using a box to hold it up, it casts no shadow upon it. this is wierd and i dont know how that happened. also they look way to shiny. they look like plastic. everything else is absolutely awesome. good work. seeing what youve done here makes the small problems insignificant and barely noticeable. we just have to pic your pictures apart for every problem that you can fix.
everything is well done, i don't know what's the problem, but the drum sticks, i don't know how to explain it but, it doesn't look right, its been modeled perfectly and stuff, whatever, it's great
ummmmmmmmmmmmmmm i dont really like it bcause all it is just a lil drum!!!!
The Digital Rockwell he is. The photos are a very nice touch. The hints of context through the window help bring it all together nicely. Very dense yet remarkably uncluttered!
Don't get me wrong, your work is great. The scanned (?) B/W (try sepia!) photos on the wall add to that effect. Thank god you did not give them extra illumination. The trailer on the background that gives away just enough of the context in which to place this well-chosen scenery. Revealing parts but not all is a good way to mimic reality.
When looking at it throughly though I noticed the drumboy recently bought new sticks AND a new power cord to his world receiver (radio)! But that's just a comment by someone that was looking for clues that this was really really not a photo, but real artwork. And for what it's worth: you succeeded from my point of view. Keep up the good work!
I've always liked this one :)
Saw it in Expose... very very nice!
bet3a2ed very good work :-)