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The Envoking
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Living room
Living room


Living room
Description: As you all or may not know I have major problems with indoor scenes. I took Horos advise and killed all sky colors and left it black.I have placed 4 radials the lamp and the fireplace for light.If you think I need something else please tell me.
Added by: bullit35744
Keywords: Livingroom
Date: 06.22.2009 15:36
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Join Date: 05.26.2004
Comments: 4577

For one of your first indoors, you made a fantastic job. I think the camera is a bit low, but that's the artist's choice.

What is missing here are shadows. There are no shadows and this makes the room appear wrong. Switch on the shadow casting in the sky lab and for the lights you've used.
06.22.2009 15:42 Online Horo h.-r.h.wernli at

Join Date: 04.15.2004
Comments: 1097

Again, nasty shadows huh? Other than that the scene, as a modeling and texturing even, is almost complete. Such a nice texture you put on the fireplace. Now what you should do is to apply similar quality textures to the floor and the walls. Remember to use larger sized textures then your output render in pixels. Rashad has made some marvelous interior setups and I advise you to examine the images carefully and read the coresponding comments. That is in case you haven't already checked those out. It might help you further on. So below are some of my favourites of Rashads interior art and two of my own renders plus some sort of "how-to" of the last scene to keep you occupied and well informed. Now, it might seem quite overwhelming at first, just take it one at a time. Who knows, this could inspire you for your designs:

[First Day in her New York City Studio Apartment]
[Hotel Room Scenario Pro Render Compliant]
[Room Design]
[Open House]
[the Attic - Night-time]
[the Attic - Daylight]

[the Attic - Light setup How-to]

One at a time, Trish.. Let's hope this "info-gathering" above will prove useful to you.
06.23.2009 17:07 Offline richter richter at

Join Date: 10.22.2008
Comments: 394

Horo I tried to make it appear that I was sitting in the chair.
Sadly the shadows are missing
richter thanks for all the info I will study on it.
06.26.2009 00:57 Offline bullit35744

Join Date: 07.31.2008
Comments: 328

Good indor render, Trish! I like your textures very much! But texture on the wall behind the fireplace is a bit stretched - You could increase frequency a bit to avoid this. Wish You good luck!
06.26.2009 19:08 Offline Alexandr sashama at

Join Date: 10.22.2008
Comments: 394

Thank you for the tip Alexandr(smile)
06.27.2009 18:27 Offline bullit35744

Join Date: 06.04.2006
Comments: 2622

There is not much criticism I can add to this piece. The lighitng is good but lacking shadows as mentioned,and ther eis a wall texturing scaling problem. but the eis great potential here. i will add further comments on other versions. i will say thanks to Richter for siting my renders and I do hope that you found the exercise useful, Trish. Very good start!
06.27.2009 19:59 Offline rashadcarter1 rashadcarter1 at
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