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    Rafael Burgos First Post!

    Hey everyone I’ve been around for a while but never had the guts to post my stuff! Probably because every one on this site is sick awesome!!!!!!!!
    I congratulate all of you and hope that you like some of my stuff.
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    That's some impressive stuff sir!
    Very strong use of light and perspective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gladiator75
    Hey everyone I’ve been around for a while but never had the guts to post my stuff! Probably because every one on this site is sick awesome!!!!!!!!
    Welcome! You fit right in!

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    awesome work man...seriously...nice lighting and renders.
    your 2000 leagues under the sea pieces are very
    well done. great mood and atmospher. the characters rock too.

    great job!
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    A lot of the top scenes remind me of the Racoon City PD. Very nice and some what creepy. Solid character designs. That Nautalus is awesome.
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    Nice sculptures man!
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    The work definitley gets better the farther down. Pirate ship is awesome, as is the Nautilus!
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    Very cool and inspiring stuff (and welcome on board ; )

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    Holy crap... those sculptures are insane! Excuse me as I go change my pants =]
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    Whoa... I can't even fathom beginning to approach a sculpture like those. Those are seriously impressive! I really like the illustrations and architectural-like planning stuff, very cool! Mad props and welcome.
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    Thumbs up Asome Ralf

    Hey Bud,
    This is great stuff. I went to school with you @ ringling. Im glad to see you posting here. your stuff is awsome! I,ll drop you an e-mail soon. Again awsome stuff. Hope to see more soon!
    Steven
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    Excellent work :] the Nautilus is most impressive. At first I thought it was a bit too much giving the exact dimentions of every nock and crannie but when i saw the scale model - "oooooh that`s what those were for".
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    Aye, great work man, your sculptures are amazing!
    not really too fond of this one here.
    The quality of the background takes out alot from the piece itself.
    Have you thought about redoing the cityscape?
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