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Old 4th January 2013
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Nicely, I'm impressed, very attractive!

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Love the mood and style in the scene.
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Old 7th January 2013
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hi here another up... i put more items like candle and bottle and ofcourse i change the wall...what do you think ? is better this wall or the other ? i make also a night scene...thanks again for all the comments
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Nice images...

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Lovely work !
I do prefer the daylight scene. Great lighting...

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very nice.

The stuco is too heavy, should be more subtle, it looks as if the building wil collapse any moment. My opinion. i think the image woold be better if the wall only shows some paint chips falling of and shades of colours that are very close to each other ( like pastels )
Instead of what seem to be deep carvings and cracks.

And the wooden parts of the furniture is too rounded at the edges.
maybe you have to change the phong angle?
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Looks good, but I too prefer the daylight scene. The one you showed in in post #27 looks better than this one.
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@ roobol: indeed.
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I prefer the first texture off the wall you used, (like dweemes and roobol said).
Also the daylight is better then the night. The yellow candles are too much in the picture. Maybe you can give them a bit of a sandy color.
(ow and I think that in daylight they didnt light the candles :-))
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