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Name Ziv Qual
Age N/A
Born Israel
Email ziv@zivcg.com
Homepage zivcg.com

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Re: Ziv Qual
By Ace J. Jones on Apr 18, 2006 04:08 PM
I agree with Paul in that you should definitely offer this piece as a poster. I would be willing to pay a large sum of cash to proudly hang that master work of art in my home. Every time I set eyes on it my mouth is left agate. Please show us more.
Re: Ziv Qual
By Isaac Hernandez on Apr 17, 2006 03:51 AM
I'm just starting off in the 3D field myself. You have no idea how much my jaw dropped when I saw this piece. The lighting, materials, and modeling are great. Keep up the good work.
Re: Ziv Qual
By Wildfyre on Apr 11, 2006 09:50 PM
A very powerful piece, highly atmospheric and a brilliant perspective (makes me feel rather dizzy). Only criticism is that the tower is not currently centred, but otherwise, nice work ;)
Re: Ziv Qual
By on Apr 03, 2006 06:56 PM
Very powerful, nice, wounderful amazing piece of work..
Keep up the good work ..
I like the colors, and the design it self

peace
Re: Ziv Qual
By TigerTank on Mar 29, 2006 03:26 PM
OMG!!

I always knew that 3DSMax is a powerful tool but this is just too much!!

ALL HAIL ZIV QUAL !!
Re: Ziv Qual
By Paul on Mar 15, 2006 02:49 AM
If you could make this image available as a poster.... I and many others would buy it. Yes indeed.
Re: Ziv Qual
By Anthony on Mar 02, 2006 04:42 PM
The work is great, but the snowy mountains in the background don't fit much. Babylon was in today's Iraq.
Re: Ziv Qual
By devmapall on Feb 28, 2006 09:39 PM
Excellent satiety, well also name.
...On banquet of the worms. After as people eat this big, juicy nursing bottle and without icecream, griffin will clean up.
Re: Ziv Qual
By uglyinside on Feb 27, 2006 08:35 PM
cool!
Re: Ziv Qual
By David Barltrop on Feb 26, 2006 03:51 PM
I like the way you've skewed the base of the tower at a different angle than the main body of the tower creating a 'precarious' feeling to the whole thing. I would love to see a moonlit version of the same scene.
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