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Name Sven Rabe
Age N/A
Born Germany
Email sven@3dbasemesh.com
Homepage www.3dbasemesh.com

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Re: Sven Rabe
By on Jun 28, 2008 06:53 AM
Re: Sven Rabe
By D!aBl!+a on Nov 28, 2007 04:22 PM
WOW......! absolutely amazing...... keep up the good work i am in love with this pic....
may all your dreams in the world of art come tru.....
GOOD LUCK!!!
Re: Sven Rabe
By erwin magbanua on Oct 17, 2007 11:09 AM
bloody nice!








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Re: Sven Rabe
By foxi on Sep 17, 2007 09:46 AM
it looks so real *stares in awe*
Re: Sven Rabe
By The Velvet Vortex on Sep 07, 2007 06:32 PM
This is a fine piece of art. The lighting provides sculpting without over-dramatising the composition. As an old man myself, I regret the demise of my own eyebrows, so I salute you for acknowledging an occasional truth of the aging process.
Re: Sven Rabe
By Sven on Sep 04, 2007 09:22 PM
Thanks a lot guys for your comments. I feel very honoured to be accepted to this great gallery.
Re: Sven Rabe
By pixler on Aug 24, 2007 10:50 AM
Robin Williams :-) yeah thatz right!!!

but .. äh ich meine ja eine sehr schöne arbeit. schöne ausläuchtung und schöne details
Re: Sven Rabe
By on Aug 23, 2007 10:48 AM
Heh, if you cover the top of the face (so you can see only from the nose down) it looks like an old Robin Williams... especially the mouth...really. Other than that, very very nice.
Re: Sven Rabe
By Brandon on Aug 18, 2007 08:24 PM
great detail. his skin looks really blushed however. and it feels maybe a bit to plasticy. almost too reflective. no eyebrows? i dunno something about it makes me feel like im looking at a clay model rather than a real face. but the detail is stunning its otherwise amazing. great work. o and maybe try some different composition create more of atmosphere than a strait on portrait. when you do a strait portrait it flattens the image.
Re: Sven Rabe
By on Aug 18, 2007 05:16 PM
Just great dude!
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