My first interior scene

So far this is my best work. I’ve only been using blender for 3 months now. This was rendered with yafray 1.0 in 13 minutes.

you might consider uploading to another web space provider. it loads slower than what you spent rendering it :slight_smile:

so can’t comment on the picture, it’s still downloading it, and i just wanted to make sure it’s blender related before i approve the thread. welcome to blenderartists.

Sorry about that, but I tried some other ones but they simply reduced the resolution of the image I rendered. I guess I’ll try looking for another host then :slight_smile:

Thanks for the welcome though :smiley:

EDIT: I’ve edited my first post with a new link. Let me know if that’s better

Judging from the lack of critique, I’m guessing this was a crappy piece of work that I did :frowning:

I like the stylized look of it, but if you were going for realistic, scrap it.

It’s certainly not “crappy” as you put it, but there are a few things I would change. First, the lighting is quite flat. Try adding some slight color variation to your lights and increasing the contrast. Second, there appears to be just blackness outside your window, which bothers me. I would expect some light spilling in from outside, unless it is night, in which case your lamps would be on. Also, what is the thing on the table? Is it a glass of some sort? If so, I would expect it to be sitting on a coaster so that it doesn’t stain the table. Those are just some things I notice at first glance.

Just to clarify, are you using Yafray or Yaf(a)ray? There is a difference.

This a great start; keep at it.

Cheers and God bless.

Don’t get discouraged (like I did not long ago). Remember that a lot of the people on these threads have been here for years. Maybe soon you’ll be giving ideas to IKEA. :wink:

Thanks for the feedback :o

I used yaf(a)ray though I’m not sure how much of a difference it makes. To be honest I didn’t add a window :rolleyes: and I’m not so good with lighting :no: So I’ll try your suggestions. To clarify your question about the object on the table, it was a glass cube that I put on it.