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    Feedback/Critique please.

    Too dark and/or too much contrast?
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    I dig the lighting and action, but this place could do with a little jazzing up. Colorful rugs, banners, statues, flowers in pots, etc. Seems a little under used for a grand place.
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    Thanks for the feedback. This is still a work in progess, but the backstory is that these are two warrior tribes who've stumbled apon each other whilst both ransacking an ancient temple that has emerged from beneath the sands after thousands of years buried. This accounts for the bare, sandy environment. Both tribes are fighting for the right to any loot found within these walls.

    But after reading your suggestions I want to change this and add all those ideas you mentioned, would make the piece look more alive. Thanks again, I appreciate the feedback.

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    Sand clouds everywhere. Around their feet, and a long thin trail up behind the leaping guy.
    Cracks on wall with a little greenery.
    Mainly... Wow!!! Did you use CGI for this? Giving me an existential crisis here.

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    Thanks for the feedback, yeah this is all 3D. I 3d modeled the environment in 3ds Max, used adobe Fuse Characters and rendered with Volumetrics using Corona Render. I was mainly trying out the different lighting conditions.

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