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Alexander_Hill

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Interior render of living area of a proposed house.

Work in progress, feedback appreciated.

Still trying to get light balance right.

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This looks really good! 
Lighting could use a little boost (my opinion)

The things bothering me is the tv, and the reflection of the empty background. But those are just little details [smile] 

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Fabulous image! 

Your glass balustrade needs to be divided into sections. You just don't do what you are showing as a single sheet of glass.
This is what is making the back of the image look a bit weird. You have all those reflections on a single surface, which can't be built like that.

To start with, you couldn't manoeuvre it into position. You would also need a handrail on at least one side of it.

You also need to turn the lights off. They don't add anything to your scene, and are more of a distraction.

But - we are getting picky now to improve a stunning image, well done [thumb]

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Thanks for the feedback.  I agree with your comments.

In terms of the lights I only had the up-lighting turned on next to the wall.  The big rectangular ceiling lights that are in partial view are actually skylights bringing down natural light.

This is my second attempt - sorry I turned on ceiling lights by accident...

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Wow, very impressive.  Is the texture on one of the wood ceiling tiles facing the wrong way?
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Yes.  I thought I had the textures rotated correctly but I apparently missed one right in the foreground.
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Your glass balustrade is still a single sheet of glass. You can only do that if it's not full height, and you would see the joint where the angled section meets the horizontal section.
You also have the suspended lights on in the kitchen area, and what looks like (horror of horrors) an omni fill light in front of the kitchen units [wink]

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That's a good eye.  I have an LEM surface light in the kitchen because the black cabinets weren't defined enough with just the natural light coming in the windows.
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That's a matter of opinion [smile]

It looks fake because it is fake...

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