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Name Willi Hammes
Age N/A
Born Germany
Email willi@3dluvr.com
Homepage www.willihammes.com

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Re: Willi Hammes
By Steph on Feb 06, 2008 09:56 AM
I am impressed with the realism and the beauty of these images. The subway image is striking and the graffiti and water stains give it a sense of reality. Did you do these from sketches, photos or from your mind? Beautiful imagery, found in the day to day things we sometimes take for granted.
Re: Willi Hammes
By salim on Jan 04, 2007 06:46 AM
hai how are you?
Re: Willi Hammes
By Jacke on Dec 29, 2006 09:45 AM
I've been going down the entire line, the rating line, you know, search by whose best? Well, I must say I find NOTHING wrong with this picture, I am astounded by the mold and other textures on the fence. The ground could be a little better, but it is fine. The Bricks are amazingly beautiful with the perfect noise and texture! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING!
Re: Willi Hammes
By Lee Chang Gun on Dec 15, 2006 10:19 PM
Really nice job(s)!! They do have lots of emotive weight, and are seariously challenging 3D artwork for me to look at! Thank you!
Re: Willi Hammes
By Daley on Sep 27, 2006 07:22 AM
fanstactic work but perhaps in Up Stairs the darkness could still have some looming shadows beacuse with that much light coming in from the door the room wouldnt have parts cast in complete darkness
Re: Willi Hammes
By Elaine on Sep 11, 2006 06:52 PM
Nice work.
Re: Willi Hammes
By Tom Breton on May 07, 2006 05:46 PM
Play ball is the best of the three IMO.
Re: Willi Hammes
By The J-man on Mar 24, 2006 02:38 AM
Very nice, only thing you could change, you could have one dead light, that would draastically affect the mood to make it seem more dark.
Re: Willi Hammes
By on Oct 15, 2005 08:40 PM
Every Day is divine. Dirty. Sort of cartoon-like, as photo-realism seems to be out of reach. Only negative thing is the lightning, which I think is too yellow and warm for such neon-lights...could be cold blue or just dimmed white?
Re: Willi Hammes
By sirant on Oct 09, 2005 05:18 AM
brilliant perception of depth and shadow.... master piece!
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