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Name Michael Engstrom
Age N/A
Born UK
Email engyorg@hotmail.com
Homepage engy.cgsociety.org/gallery

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Re: Michael Engstrom
By on Dec 29, 2006 03:56 AM
when an atomic bomb is dropped, or any bomb, it has to have air to survive, and this looks like the half a second period when it sucks all the air into the bomb, where the majority are killed, it's amazing actually,
the bomb and the image
Re: Michael Engstrom
By Lars on Nov 29, 2006 10:46 PM
Wow, fantastic work .. FANTASTIC work.
Re: Michael Engstrom
By luca de moliner on Nov 23, 2006 09:47 AM
gorgeous. photorealism is just a media not an ojective. great artwork. congratulations
Re: Michael Engstrom
By andré s. on Nov 19, 2006 08:33 AM
Well, i don't know a damn thing about 3d art, but I think this one is just PERFECT!
Re: Michael Engstrom
By teyet ganzon on Nov 09, 2006 05:58 AM
your work is amazing, you sure know how to make a point through art, Its thought provoking in a deeper channel, deep and mesmerizing..
Re: Michael Engstrom
By André on Nov 08, 2006 12:52 AM
This is is the best ever....!

André
Re: Michael Engstrom
By Antti Tuppurainen on Nov 05, 2006 08:11 PM
For those who criticize images like this for being too "sick" or "ugly," the point of such images is to provoke thoughts in those who see them. Art is not simply about making aesthetically sound visual representations of things, art is about provoking thought and reaction.

I suspect (though I might be completely wrong) that this image depicts the victim of an explosion of sorts. With no context at all this image is slightly lacking in meaning but some people will certainly get strong feelings from it (imagine someone with a relative who was caught in a terrorist bombing, for example.) As such, it might be a great image for anti-terrorist propaganda, or perhaps a work safety promotion of sorts.
Re: Michael Engstrom
By on Oct 28, 2006 02:07 PM
utterly mesmerizing...brilliant attention to detail, can't look away.
Re: Michael Engstrom
By on Oct 27, 2006 07:08 PM
Thought it might be a bit morbid, I like it. excelent work
Re: Michael Engstrom
By Zoe on Oct 19, 2006 06:36 PM
Realmente bueno, la composicion es perfecta y ni hablar de los efectos de la ropa y el rostro, eres todo un Artista.
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