But there’s already two dumpsters. You mean one of the massive ones? Litter sounds good. I’m not sure about graffiti, as it’s a school project and that might be considered inappropriate or something. Our school has some weird rules.
May be some colors, (if it’s not intended to stay grey)
It’s supposed to be black and white.
Huh, I just remembered the wall on the left needs windows. Otherwise there wouldn’t be a fire escape there.
My partner (who I forgot to mention did the dumpster and trashbags) added more trashbags and some trash on the ground around the dumpster (which I just realized I forgot to append into my version), as well as windows (which he got from the model repository) and a fire escape for the building at the end of the alley. I added light fixtures and changed the lighting a bit, as well as resized the bricks. I also started working adding to the alley, but it’s behind the camera and not finished enough to show anyway.
But the lights look a little strange. Where are they supposed to be coming from??
The normal light in an alley would come mainly from the illuminated street (from behind the camera in your case) or from the windows or maybe dull street lights…
You can see two lights in the upper part of the end of the alley. There’s just a row of lights on either side of the alley to provide dim illumination. It might not be a realistic place to find lights but it makes the scene look a lot better. The alley behind the camera is going to be long and illumination from the street wouldn’t carry that far.
I think if its a night shot which it appears to be them you should have light coming from the apartment windows at the end. Not all of them just some- and I think that it is lit up too much - are the windows at the end too small - Plus you could add moon light aswell –
Really like what you have done- looking awesome man-