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Old 15-07-2008, 12:12 AM   #1
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here is my new piece interior office scene i did copy the desing from a piece on the my mental ray community site but i just loved the design so i thought i would try to replicate it so here is my replication
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What are these pictures?!
I... can't ... look... Take them away from me...
I'm just kidding . But the pictures do ruin the scene (which is very nice otherwise...)
Can you please post wireframe of the tree?
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cool lookin' room, although the chair in the scene is facing the wall, and in most offices they tend to face the door... it just looks as if the boss residing in here just stares at the scary dude all day long, then spins around like the emporer from star wars to dole out orders...

(oh and that chair would probably hurt... i don't know of anyone that has a spine THAT curved)
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Originally posted by NeoStrider
cool lookin' room, although the chair in the scene is facing the wall, and in most offices they tend to face the door... it just looks as if the boss residing in here just stares at the scary dude all day long, then spins around like the emporer from star wars to dole out orders...

(oh and that chair would probably hurt... i don't know of anyone that has a spine THAT curved)
i doubt that the emporer would be staring at pictures of the dalai lama...

personally, my problem with the picture is that it's compositionally unbalanced - at the moment your eye is thrown towards the right side of the image which is just blank. i think you need to decide what you want the focus of the image to be and also what you're trying to say. i don't think that this is working at the moment.
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