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    Station:)

    Hello
    This is my first try to make a night rain scene.
    That's an public station area.There are metro entrance and a railway station and many pubs.
    Hope your C&Cs.
    Thank you.

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    maybe put some windows in the worm like train, its kinda hard to tell what it is. And chill out on the rain, i think you should tone it down; I think you're hiding the imperfection with it. I think you should tighten up the rendering a little more on this everything seems so soft and kinda all clumps together.

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    When things get wet, they tend to show a lot more sharp, strong highlights as the water makes them more reflective. You should let the ground show brighter reflections as well. Right now, those elements are not strong enough and because of this, the rain effect is less convincing than it could be.

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    Thanks,Kresh and MephistoLV
    Thanks for your valuable suggestions!~
    I'll keep on adjusting and make things more clear and correct.
    Many thanks~

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    I like the idea and mood in this pic.

    - I agree with Kresh about everything looking too soft. You don't need to blend everything.
    - I would give this scene more subtle haze from the lights which would separete the foreground, middleground and background more.
    - Play more with simple silhouettes. Those very far details are not very necessary. It's very hard to read form at such distances so simplifying them wouldn't hurt this pic and it would make it more readable.
    - There is something strange in foreshortening of those buildings. Closer ones are short while further ones are much longer or have the same distances between windows. It could be intended and is even possible to build such illusion in real life but if you want more depth then changing those proportions would help.

    Hope that's useful

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