Bi - Sang, Seung Ji Baek (3D)

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  03 March 2005
here come the life !

reallly nice and inventive !
render change than the others ...good mix ...seems to be traditionnal art .
Good job !

more like this !


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  03 March 2005
Interesting work...

This works remember the paintings, drawings and engravings of one of my favourites spanish contemporary artists: José Hernández.

These works are from him:

Life is too short to be wasted in front of any screen.
  03 March 2005
Very Impressive, i like the way its gotten dirty! and also the Technin of executing these beautiful scene!
keep up the good work!
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  03 March 2005
this is the kind of posts that I like. thanks for speack some little more of the theme than the tecnic
  03 March 2005
Well, you did a pretty good job

However, they are not very original...pretty much straight off the surrealist formula -- pick an organ, combine it with some trees or bird I think you should try to be a bit more creative.
  03 March 2005
Thanks for Your critique

I agree with you in your opinion.

I will try more and more

Thank you~
  03 March 2005
what a wonderful job !! directly to wallpaper

excellent idea that shows that some people have amazing creativity.
Also good realisation particulary for the color : they are perfect !
I do not know more superlatives for my poor english

  03 March 2005
very lovely work.

I am a fan.

It's refreshing to see this kind of work on here.
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  03 March 2005
It's ironic that this image showed up here on cgtalk. I was just thinking about the need for some images that could be taken seriously in the 'high art world'. I come from a fine art background- classicly trained as a painter; so to come across these images tells me that the future for the 3d/digital art medium we all enjoy so much, can REALLY be taken as relevant/contemporary art. I hope that we can all take this piece and see the potential we can offer to the world, we should look father than space ships and monsters in our visual language, its only then that we can take on the world at large. Just imagine creating an image that provokes the thoughts of the masses. Imagine being an Warhol, Piccasso or Rembrant. Imagine changing the way people see the world around us. It may seem silly, but it is possible...

In other words, this image we see before us, is stunningly superb, worthy of being shown in any hip art gallery. The need for this movement is far over due.

Just something for us all to chew on....

To reveal art and conceal the artist is art's aim.

-Oscar Wilde
  03 March 2005
I love this kind of work, congrats!
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  03 March 2005
This is a beautiful piece. I'm curious which side you thought about creating first, because while the heart is just as well composed, the brain is much more compelling to me.

Anyway, I agree with the previous posts, it's refreshing to see things with meaning rather than solely being technically impressive.
  03 March 2005
Awesome idea, awesome designs, awesome renders and awesome finish! from me and a
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  03 March 2005
My hat is off to you--lovely work!
  03 March 2005
Those are really really nice. May I ask what your title, "Bi-Sang" means?
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  03 March 2005
飛- 想象 (bi - sang sang)

it's mean - "flying above imagination"

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