punytjoshi - Interesting image. Some of the textures need work, looks like too deep a bump map in places, and some of the geometry appears to be floating, but you do get the idea across.
dpendzich - Nice job! I don’t know what the white thing is at the far end of the windows, it looks bright enough that there could be more light from there onto the rest of the scene. The dinos look a little flat and plastic.
texere - Good job. Maybe all the seams in the glass don’t need that bright a highlight. Some more shaping on the dino would help, especially if the third of his head were brighter than the bottom of the chin. There could be more soft illumination coming from the same direction as those sunbeams, too.
Eastwood - Really good! I recognize some of those signs from things on the museum’s website, makes it look authentic.
AnthonyC - Nice job! Shame about that seam on the back staircase.
jczet4 - Good job. If the sunbeams were that bright, I’d expect more spill around them and bounce from them, though.
vgabex - Beautiful image in places. Those people don’t look realistic. Most of the architecture looks good, except it’s a bit flat in places. Look at the area straight above the hip of the t-rex. You look through the archway, and the walls and ceiling you see all have very similar tones, that doesn’t seem as well defined as it could be, especially if the side hallway has differently colored windows. Nice textures on the ceiling.
visua - Nice job! On the last one, that area above the head of the right dino seems to go very quickly into blackness, which stands-out in a set that’s otherwise mostly fairly uniform in tone. Some areas, like the edges of the sunbeams, looks really realistic. Your image in post 556 is excellent. The next one looks kindof washed-out and lacking in contrast and interest to me.
dcbeatty - Good job overall. The view through the window doesn’t look like a convincing perspective match, especially with the verticals of the buildings not matching the vertical lines in the set. Double-check that all your lights are casting shadows well. The dinos look as if they might not be casting shadows in the lights that illuminate them, which is strange because I see an extremely dark shadow of the t-rex on the wall.
bboycafard - Welcome! That’s an interesting image!
benjaminbattais - Welcome! That’s a nice scene. It looks a little washed-out to me, I wish the foreground got a little darker, so only the more distant parts lost contrast. The composition seems to use the lower half of the image for empty floor, maybe it could be framed more tightly around an area of interest?
tempus - I think imageshack.us lets you post high-res images. So does flickr.com A lot of surfaces look very flat-shaded in your images, it’s better to have variety, gradients, occlusion, something other than large areas with the same tone.
earwax - Welcome! That’s a good start.
Nelly68 - Nice job!
casagan - Nice job! I think the composition and lighting leads people to focus too much on the upper part of the frame. Maybe darkening down the upper part of the set, and also tilting the camera down a bit, could make a stronger image. You might even use a more wide-screen aspect ratio to capture the dino, with a little more space in front of his head, and get rid of the top part.
tuqueque - Very nice job! But, BUT, 43 HOURS to render that??? That’s insane. If images were taking that long, I’d re-think my approaches so that I could turn-around changes and tests a little faster.
Kunotaku - Nice job!
Shordy - Nice job! Those people pop-out from the scene with their higher contrast, but overall it’s a great scene.
sampad - Welcome! That’s a good start.
chithradr - Nice job!
reygerali - Nice job!
ajju4i - Nice job!