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Name Visen Brnicevic
Age N/A
Born USA
Email chamade@3dluvr.com
Homepage www.3dluvr.com/chamade

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Re: Visen Brnicevic
By oscar from mexico on Oct 25, 2007 06:41 PM
su mano izquierda no esta proporcionada al cuerpo y menos su pequeñin pene jejejejejej
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By map on Jan 29, 2007 12:41 AM
brilliant but he has a dodgy ribcage though.
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By on Jul 07, 2006 08:47 PM
ha...ha ha...hahahahaha
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By Greenderss on Jun 26, 2006 01:08 AM
i think penis should be biger always should unless he has erection problems but yeah man is old ur losing touch with ur sausage with ages lol
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By Soalmh on Jun 09, 2006 02:58 PM
What is the point in having great body and short dick? This man tries to hide his gayness showing his power but look at his pose. Fuck him.
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By JPhish on Jun 06, 2006 10:40 AM
lol older people can have great bodies, look at jack lalanne . . .sanjin pretty much said it all already (thanx 4 the knowledge sanj), I like this piece very much
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By on Apr 29, 2006 05:19 AM
cover up the unmentionables plz but other than that i say it is great
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By ferne\ando on Nov 10, 2005 05:32 PM
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By sanjin on Oct 24, 2005 08:35 PM
whooa- greeks did sculpt old people (zeus, heffes, and many more) and as for romans, yeah, they kept real only in portrait sculpting. everything else they copied from greeks. in fact, they perfected copiing so much, nowadays we can't say for certain wheather it is greek original or roman copy.

although, this sculpture has a typical roman portrait, i woouldn';t call it unrealistic, cuz, really, when you say "unrealistic" in 3d art, you mean completely different thing...

contextual would be a more proper word. it breaks the greek context, but maybe it wasn;t mean to be in it at all
Re: Visen Brnicevic
By fypx on Oct 22, 2005 04:31 PM
my one problem- greeks NEVER sculpted old people, and romans ALWAYS stayed true to how people looked. So if it's greek, why is he old? And if it's roman, how did an old guy have a body like that.
nice work. just not realistic.
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