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Comment by Rich Rosemann on September 12, 2013 at 11:01am

Thanks Chris.  I've been playing with this model for months, off and on.

It's a filler project during slow times.  Over time I have used different

lighting systems creating various effects.  One effect I liked was a late

evening light.  Interesting comment on the matching cars/posters.

I intentionally chose the posters to match the colors.  Possibility switching

the posters might be a thought.  The important thing is to please the client,

namely me.  Thanks again for the comments.

 

Comment by Chris Fox on September 12, 2013 at 7:54am

I like this... it has sort of a 1950's aesthetic to it. A couple of thoughts... The brightness of the day outside the glass is translating to the interior space. I would try using natural daylight into the space as it will add depth. Also (this is minor but it caught my eye) the red and yellow cars all the way in the back are matching the photos on the wall. For some reason it's distracting, at least to me...Nice Work...

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