You woke up in an apartment high-rise building. You don't remember anything, even your name. You have deep cuts all over your body... you are bleeding heavily. On the floor and walls is lot of blood, obviously, not only yours. You need to find something to sew up the wounds, and then try to understand why this nightmare is going on...

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zonbie Jan 28 2011 says:

The scene is excellent, except for a lack of typical bedroom nightstand, lamp, perhaps a shelf for books, also a ceiling fan would fit in here.

I understand you want to draw attention to the dead body but I think a few more props could make the scene feel less like a brand-new apartment that is being moved into for the first time.

Also, can you align your ceiling texture? The ceiling tile should be lined up against the walls, instead of stopping halfway through a tile.

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maraken Feb 1 2011 replied:

maybe the lack of props is what he is going for, in a story perspective.

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Mercenary410 Apr 17 2011 replied:

it looks like the boxes are there because the dude just moved in

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just_call_me_G Jan 29 2011 says:

"cl_drawhud 0" will help with demo-screenshots a bit :3

also, don't you using smoothing groups on brushes? because there seems to be some dark lines near that door on the left, witch shouldn't be there.

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Rukus_ Jan 29 2011 says:

The ragdoll is hung sort of weird, sort of like its standing up and less like its dangling. Its prolly touching the bed, so you might want to suspend it a little higher.

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Fuzyhead Feb 7 2011 says:

You could fix/align that ceiling textur as well (doesn's look like a bedroom ceiling, does it?).

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SteveZombie May 4 2011 says:

The bloom is great in this.

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arieas Mar 4 2012 says:

Always be careful when changing a lightbulb.

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