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Its good I like the lighting is good and i like it bright like i have a hangover in heaven. only problem is you have the farthest rug reflecting the roof been just a bit. Now that i look again you have bothe rugs reflecting the beem. Your good, l8ter.
I think it looks amazing..especially the reflections of the roofbeams on the highly polished floor! you must have spent A lot of time on the lighting and shadows because it has A great deal of detail as you move away from the other end of the hall.
I think it is A really nice peace....don't take some of the negative feedback personally,some people are trying to provide positive feedback for improvement and others just derive pleasure from the discomfiture of others.
I like everything in this world except the lighting. Dude you blow out the front window with all that light. The source of light is coming from everywhere. If I were to buy this as a realistic piece, that is were I would have a problem. On the other hand Doug made a very eloquent point.
The lighting is a little confusing. it looks like each lamp is a light source but the end of the room is the most brightest. if it was daytime the lamps would not be in use, if it is nighttime, the room would not recieve day light. and it looks like the ceiling is reflective. and the paint should suggest it doesn't. but i like the effects and simplicity of it all. a strong 8 out of 10. good job.
From the little that I know about the "oriental", balance is very important. Perhaps the idea of balance is being explored through this picture. We have a classical composition in the repeating circular elements, but rather than funnel us into infinity we are viewing the room off-axis which gives us the second circular composition in the reflections on the floor.
It is not necessary that art replicate reality, but explore and explicate reality. For reality go visit some place. For art, imagine some place.
The amount of light is amazing, and technically not real, but as this is an exercise in imagination....
The multiple shadows are realistic with 3 or 4 light sources. They provide the texture and help direct our view into the composiiton.
Interesting picture. I like it.
i split hear you give me a delema would i put in my 3d art gallary the answer is no you have broken the main rule of art texture i see no texture not even a hint of style you make me wonder whether art is realy a game you should be in dont get me wrong you could go big but bribes are your only option
Very nice modelling but the lighting is too bad because it makes shadows everywhere in this oriental room i think the only problem is with the lights otherwise it will be perfect
Great job! Would you tell us what time did you spend for this?