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matolala

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Hello everyone. Client wanted a catchy reddish brown themed interior, with all lights on.
comments and suggestions are welcomed.
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ask and ye shall receive.
-I thought all the images but particularly the 1st image was oversaturated. On both my ipad and high gamut monitor it was glaringly saturated. On my main color calibrated monitors, it still seems over-saturated to me but less so. It also may have too much contrast (the first one).
-the main chandelier seems way too low in terms of intensity compared to everything. 
- the tv is too bright compared to everything. I think it should be lemmed but not so much. It wouldn't be brighter than the sun or against the the ceiling lights. 
- you may want to play with the exposure/intensity settings. It's seems like you have a lot of light but everything is still a dark.
http://suplugins.com/podium/help/int-exp.php
http://suplugins.com/podium/tutorials/ppe-tonemapping.php
I have such a problem with this personally...
- I kind of expected to have more of a bloom effect on the wall that near the can lights but I only see a minor reflection. Maybe the cans are dark. this could be a dangerous tip and ruin other things.
- the couch is too perfect in that it's fairly sharp on all angles and it has no wrinkles or other imperfections that make it look real. Check a plugin called artisan (worth the purchase) or even better- check the software called "Marvelous designer." It's fantastic for all fabric to physics purposes such as clothing, blankets, drapes, pillows etc. etc. If it's made of fabric, that software can make it look real. 
- the sheer curtains in the 2nd and 3rd are too sharp and flat and perfectly evenly spaced with it's wrinkles. Try mine that I uploaded to the warehouse (made with marvelous designer) or use a podium curtain...
https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model/f0f96342-b011-400f-ac08-0122faa7e0dd/non-textured-Realistic-Curtains-with-minimal-folds
it looks fine in the 3rd pic though but strange in 2nd. Also, where is the rod for this curtain?
-the diagonal texture on the foot sqaure things triggers me in that it's diagonal and I'm not a fan of the orange or even the pattern in general.
- the wood is too shiny on the opening near the right side of 1st pic.
- the dark back room kind of triggers me as well... why is it dark and not the others? Is that hallway to the right going into this dark room? whats going on here? So curious. If it's a business or public place, it should probably be lit up.
- the floor texture beige tile seems like it's bright on 1 side and dark on the other making it look like a bad texture itself (not seemless). Only really noticeable on the 1st pic.
- tje texture on the wall to each side of the tv seems to be trying to make it look 3d with the horizontal lines going from bright to dark but since it doesn't mimic the lighting accurately - it looks flat and strange. If you do want it to look 3d then make it 3d and lose the texture. the flower things on it seem to be turned sideways like the texture is meant to be pointed upwards instead of sideways. If it's just meant to be a wallpaper then ignore. 
- the window at the bottom of the stairs should probably have a frame to go with the frame on all the other openings.
- the stairway opening and the opening on the right side of first photo look vastly different in size and stand out. This could be because of the camera perspective.
- the 2nd and 3rd pic look dark overall especially with all the light in the room.

- I like the white coffered ceilings here as I think It goes well with the tomato red and the tan-ish walls.

Having said all that, it seems like a solid mid draft render set and very presentable.
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Thanks alot, theses are helpful tip, unfortunately, i lost the sketch up file [bawl]
Was wondering why so many people viewed the image without a single comment
Alot of the choices for colour, furniture, wall paper and drapes were hand picked by the client tho, didn't have much say there
will post something new on another topic, hopefully all the tips so far will do me some good there, thanks @jlo [wave]

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yeah, it happens sometimes, for me personally I just made some quicks comments or nothing if I'm on a rushed delivery (checking the gallery it's my " quick escape"), sorry for that, post more work and I will be commenting I promise!
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Even if you don't change anything on this one, it's good to hear just to be observant when you're creating your next masterpiece. On mine, there are a bunch of things that I would change from the comments but no real reason to change at this point and re-render since the project is over but  I'll certainly be more aware of the "mistakes" when I'm working on something in the future. If I ever get a monster render machine though - I may re-render [wink]

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