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View Poll Results: rate my pic
1 star 1 4.55%
2 stars 1 4.55%
3 stars 3 13.64%
4 stars 6 27.27%
5 stars 2 9.09%
6 stars 3 13.64%
7 stars 4 18.18%
8 stars 1 4.55%
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Old 23-02-2008, 06:28 PM   #1
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decent modeling, poor lighting. even if you're trying to convey a mood in this shot, there's better ways to do it. ya gotta lighten it up a bit!
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Some of the textures seem too reflective, for instance the steps at the back of the image are reflecting the pillars which takes realism away from the image.

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As said before, the lighting could be improved (but I believe you already practiced that)
To be honest, it took me a couple of seconds to realise this is finished. That back wall looks way more realistic than the pieces of wall in the front, so I thought you still had to texture that (no offence)

an extra hint, as far as I know, marble texture usually doesn't continues from tile to tile, so perhaps you could try to change that
Overall, nice model and scene, but it can (pretty) easily be improved, good luck
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