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Old 27-07-2008, 04:11 AM   #1
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Default Old Hall Scene

Here is an old hall scene I have been lighting recently. I have seen some various iterations of this scene around the web so I assume it's a common one, but nonetheless here is my own version of it.

The lighting could use some work; there is only one direct light source which is the sun that's shining down from the rear and furtive ceiling. But other then the lighting I like how the random textures come together to give it a lively appearance despite the older setting.
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Old 27-07-2008, 05:15 AM   #2
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It has potential, turn on shadows on at least the main light and go from there.
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Old 27-07-2008, 07:29 AM   #3
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lol those are some pretty wild textures, some more lights and shadows would certainly help and maybe tame down the textures a little

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the textures are way too "wild". i think you should take a look at ref images and also 3dtotal has a tonne of tutorials on scene modeling, texturing and lighting
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I had to light and texture this same scene a few months ago as a lighting assignment. Practical lighting could get pretty tricky at first. but keep at it and look for reference. I ended up rushing it in the end, but here's how it turned out. If you desaturate your textures, and do an occlusion pass, it would probably help a lot.
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