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Old 03-21-2007   #1
toonchazer
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Default Experimental Interior!

i created this room recently!... i dont think its a highlight really cuz i mucht have messed up with the lighting bit o it..... but u pple... i need u to tell me where i went wrong so i can kinda straighten myself so plz help me out!!....it was done on 3ds Max7......... CHEERS!.. TOON C



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Old 03-21-2007   #2
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cool picture hangin above the couch. like that.

so here the suggestions.

the floor's toooooo shiny

is the table black, i mean black hole black??? also the left space between couch and wall (from couch point of view). there is no light.

and for now, the edge of the left (again c pov) armrest need little bit o bevel.
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Old 03-22-2007   #3
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cool picture hangin above the couch. like that.

so here the suggestions.

the floor's toooooo shiny

is the table black, i mean black hole black??? also the left space between couch and wall (from couch point of view). there is no light.

and for now, the edge of the left (again c pov) armrest need little bit o bevel.

Well thanx loads! i ll c to that!.... hey i realised the thing! No the table isnt supposed to be black.... theres no light falling on it!.. i ll check that one out too!... Otherwise thanx
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Old 05-02-2007   #4
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Hello toonchazer,


Yep like BadG3r said, the floor is too reflective. I am not sure about the black circular patch in front of the couch. It looks like something was excluded from camera but not from atmospherics and reflections in rendering. Add a little bit of bump on the walls so that it will not be so 'flat'.

Some points to refer to when doing interior scenes in terms of lighting.
Is it a day scene or a night scene?
Are there any windows?
Where are the lights positioned and what kind of lights?

The table in the center fore ground kind of divide the view into 2. Weird composition.

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Old 05-14-2007   #5
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hies...

i have the same commentss on it. the floor.. and perhaps you want to put some texture like bump mapping on it, esp the woods and the sit there, so that it looks mroe realistic
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Old 06-01-2007   #6
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is there a GI or FG enabled in the scene? because it looks like it doesn't - maybe you should look into it.
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