Thank you so much for the advice and the wonderful compliments lydiaenderlebell! I will be sure to try your tips!
I looked at some of your designs, and I'll try to give yo some hints/tips. In your "bamboo" design, for example , yo are using a wide angle camera position. You should use wide angle only if the "normal" or focus does not cover the "with" of your design, that is, what you want to include. Look at some "close-ups" of other people (go into the 3D design) . Secondly, lower your camera more, so it doesn't appear as if you look at the picture from an elevated position. (It's my weakness also) Again, look at other people's designs . (Not mine necessarily, because I find myself not lowering the camera as much as I should sometimes)
That's all for now. Go back to your designs and practice these two points and then view the difference and decide which you like better and which looks better .
Ok, for now I gotta stop. Ignore the grammar/typing mistakes, as I write this in a hurry.
Two sections below; read the lower one first.
This is a lovely entryway, especially the selection of colors is nice
First of all, Jarvis, I want to thank you for your visit to my design, and your generous compliment. Secondly, congratulations on joining a site like RS at 13, which is commendable and a great idea. I surely wish something like that had existed when I was your age. So in this, young people today are lucky. The computer and Internet provides endless possibility, and you have the opportunity to really develop your talent.
Thanks you kitty!
this is great ! I love the pops of colour
Thanks for that link!
Hey! I rad your bio and saw that you are 13. On this site there's a place for young people to go and get advice, help, and ideas. If you would like to join this is the link. https://roomstyler.com/forum/discussions/11829