Hey Kyle. I still think this needs something. It's still very "plain" right now. As I said the other day, try and get some bounce/reflective light going on picking up details that will enhance your scene to catch our eyes! Maybe even a bit of atmosphere to make the 'space' bigger. Meaning that it moves away from being a flat, soft image. However! Like the colours, but to me - it just needs that UMPH!
agreed! You need some colour in there, Kyle - and I'd really recommend mosaic-ing the three horizontal sections on the back wall: take a look at these examples for both colour, pattern and texture:http://www.easyvoyage.com/images/attractions/5531/570x360/373.jpghttp://img3.photographersdirect.com/img/262/wm/pd2993305.jpghttp://img0.etsystatic.com/008/0/6751020/il_570xN.388170046_j3pr.jpghttp://www.medievalists.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Adam_Eve.jpgIt's all that rich, ornate gold + rich blues and claret reds... get in there!