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Dr.Doozer Jun 16 2012, 11:50am says:

I like the look of it, though perhaps it looks a bit sterile white while the chair in the left is more earthy, slightly dirtier. Perhaps it would be better if that were throughout the room.

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Crypt Jun 16 2012, 12:01pm replied:

It looks like a large bit is untextured, hence it all being the same flat grey color.

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The_Error Jun 16 2012, 12:07pm says:

Looks fine to me. This place isn't old or anything, it has a Steam chat open, right? So it can't be abandoned or whatever, so it shouldn't look like it's a gazillion years old.

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Oskutin Jun 16 2012, 1:28pm says:

Unmaintained places usually don't have flat screens.

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KEEP_IT_UP! Jun 16 2012, 1:58pm says:

i like it! also the wall. maybe one or two decals could help and do wonders here - but i would keep the main structure/look/texture. think about complaining in real-life that the wall in your room or at university looks waaay to monotonous. ;)

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Oskutin Jun 16 2012, 3:51pm says:

I used this as reference.

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Jonppa Jun 17 2012, 8:53am says:

hammer :D

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tile Jun 28 2012, 2:20pm says:

if your aiming for realism, you should have what screens are on say things about the water treatment process and such, not steam chat and hammer stuff.

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Oskutin Jun 28 2012, 4:45pm replied:

Those bluescreens were the screens showing processes and that with solitaire and steam is obviosly used by lazy/bored worker.
But yeah, i'm going to change that hammer to something more sensemaking.

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Bluescreen everywhere!

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