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3D  Library Interior by osmanassem 3D  Library Interior by osmanassem
Software used: Cinema 4D, VRay, Photoshop
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cassannder Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015
I really like this. When I was an undergrad at UCLA, I had a neuroimaging class at their MRI building, which was very modern and sleek inside. It was a little like this, very cool. 
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osmanassem Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015  Professional
Really cool. Did you were in faculty of medicine? I didn't have the same style in my college but I really like the frank llyod wright's style to create buildings that integrated with nature with lots of glass and sun light. I think it will be the same style I will do for my house. :)
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cassannder Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2015
I did go to med school, but not at UCLA... I actually got an interview there, but didn't get in there in the end. But I went there for university (my bachelor's).
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osmanassem Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2015  Professional
So at the end you studied there as a university. I actually graduated from faculty of mechanical power engineering but I like art so much. I have big passion to all kind of art. I think art has direct good impact to human soul and behavior. I wish I were graduated from fine art faculty.
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cassannder Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2015
haha, I think you have it backward; I went to UCLA for university first, to complete my first degree. Then I applied to medical school after finishing that. I applied to a lot of places, including UCLA, and UCLA was one of the places where I got an interview for med school, but I didn't get in. I ended up going to med school elsewhere.  And now you know my life story =)

That's cool that you studied engineering though, my dad is an electrical engineer.
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osmanassem Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015  Professional
Hahaha, I think I misunderstood the education of medicine. So you mean you applied for master degree but you went somewhere else. You know my life story too.

Cool your dad is electrical engineer. I don't like engineering but I work as supply chain specialist in one of the leading elevators company in the world. So it's actually related to engineering but the main function is away from engineering.

I watched your gallery I think you have good talent which appears in your drawings and sketches. Good work. ;)
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cassannder Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015
Hehe, actually, I think you still misunderstand a  little ^^. In the US and Canada, you cannot begin studying medicine (or law, or business, or any professional program or PhD) until you have graduated from university with a four- or five- year bachelor's degree. I went to university for five years to get my bachelor's in neuroscience (at UCLA), then I applied to medical school (for an MD degree, not a master's). I know in Europe you go directly to medical school after high school so a lot of people are confused about our system, haha! 

I still think what you do for work is cool, I've always been fond of engineers because my dad is one-- but even if you don't like it I still think you're quite talented. Haha, thanks for having a look through my sketches, I honestly have no idea what I'm doing. I finally bought a tablet (I've been kind of thinking about it for over ten years, but I always felt like I'm not an artist and don't really understand art so it wasn't a worthwhile investment-- but they've become so cheap now I thought why not). I think I gained a lot of respect for artists after trying it out, I ran into so many problems! :D
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osmanassem Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015  Professional
Yes I know the system in US & Canada is different than the whole world. I already have a bachelor but i don't have enough strength to do master degree or phd in engineering. I'm thinking of applying to European university in degree of arts or business. I'm not european btw but I visited Europe last year and I travel a lot. But I like Europe so much and I looking to move there.

I find your art is really great. You have natural talent and that's good. Art shouldn't send you anywhere. Art is improving your internal soul and feeling. I like all kind of art it's always make me feel happy and kinda ecstasy. But why art gives you a lot of problems? It should do the opposite.
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Lightning-sky Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Looks like my version of heaven.
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osmanassem Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2015  Professional
:) Thank you
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