Shiba Ryotaro Memorial Museum, Alex Roman (3D)

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  08 August 2007
Great lighting and composition. It makes the library an interesting subject.
  09 September 2007
Thumbs up very real

This Word ''REAL'' is my life.,.... and ur work is outstanding realistic. i just want to see it as much as i can. i give u 5 starts ur great...! just Great artist....! and Mr. Tadao Ando, he is a god for me. i can just die to see him in my life if ever i could meet him. u have justified his creation....!

U r in my list now

God bless

Karan Singh
  11 November 2007
Thumbs up

  02 February 2008
Wow! Real amazing! I totally love it! Lol! IT looks O.O...Soooo real O.O...I thought my mother would agree (She hasn't seen a drawing or any pictures that look real) And I assumed she would've said yours looked so real! But SHE DIDN'T! D: But thats okay, cause I love it! Keep the work up!
Dead bunnies on the wall, which sha'll I kill from them all?
  04 April 2008

cool work, great job!!
  09 September 2008
Yeah! That's what I call a gigantic library!
Great job, very reallistic rendering!
5 stars!!!
  09 September 2009
Thumbs up

Nice job!!! looking real..
  10 October 2009
I really like this scene! Thanks.
  10 October 2009
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