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    A workshop

    I intended to create a workshop upon a different planet (Mars was what I had in mind) Have a go at it.

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    you know, i really don't think the shining sun on mars would be that orange. when you look at earth from a distance you don't see blue do you?(I mean nothing but a blue ball) I belive the space would be black with rays of white light. I do not believe mars has an atmosphere. So it would bee like the moon.

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    Also, the direction of the sunlight and the reflection on the wall do not match. I would suggest chance the angel of the light beam. Your floor and ceiling should be rendered more. Nice little people by the left foot.

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    check that the bottom of cabinets follow to your vanishing point

    actually check all of them make sure they all go to the same point

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    Yeah do what euallia said and the sunlight through the windows is looking a bit more like an orange fog

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    Although, after you think about it for a while, it does tell an interesting narrative this way with the [seemingly?] abandonded workshop with strange light pouring through the windows.
    But it you are set on the Mars sunlight thing, I do agree with Tony Kain and MnM.

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    it's blotchy but it's kinda in the right direction.
    u can use a photo to get a reference on as to how light moves around such a place.

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