Hi, so here it's my newest render work, i made it just to practice in my rendering skills in Artlantis, i've tried to make a good scene and well hope u like. Any suggestions, ideas or anything are must welcome
About accamera_175.jpg (the first one):
(Edited) I find the modeling nice. But I think you need to tweak lighting and maybe reflection settings.
The red wall looks a bit oversaturated to me. And the ceiling reflection from it looks unrealistic. You could reduce its saturation, its reflection, change the color of the reflection to something darker, or perhaps try reducing radiosity.
There is a mysterious glow from downunder in the sofa and chairs, but the floor is dark? Do you have a non-shadow-casting 'undersun' like you would need in Lightworks/AC? If that's the case, turn it off, and try to rely on Artlantis' Heliodon in the first place, and complemetary 'real' spot- or pointlights only if needed. Experiment with different time/location/custom directions of the Heliodon. Test a setting where a little sun shines into the room.
Remember to set sunlight to something warm, yellow/orange, and skylight to cool, blue, and then experiment with their power. Artlantis tweaks the Heliodon's light color depending on daytime and location, but you often need to exaggerate a little.
And first of all. you should turn on the infinite ground shader (scenes panel), unless you want the impression of a black ocean outside. This will also affect the overall lighting, in a pleasant way.
The above is mostly learned from Dwight. Get his new book!
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