Artist, animator, movie watcher, game player, wife of Tomamoto ~~~ Avatar by GentlemanTrooper
Academy of Art
Joined on 12/11/02
I literally cannot give any advice here. Those images are higher quality than anything I've ever drawn.
Yeah, you're on the right track of adding greater details and textures to your environments, I can't say much about the lighting since I don't know the context or mood, these usually dictate the temperature of the paintings. I can't be too critical since, like you said, it's still incomplete. But as for hallway details, maybe a fire extinguisher, a potted plant, a vacuum cleaner. The bathroom, definitely piss, crude graffiti, water stains and little wear/age on something. These do already look very good and I'm sure you'll able to continue improving.
These are both scenes from a high-end office building. Thanks for the advice! I'll add some of your suggestions in for sure.
Little hints of wear and tear, like stained grout, variations in the carpet, streaks.
There's no pictures on the walls of the hotel hallways I've been in for the last month and a half :p All ceiling tiles are usually not the same.
But rly, what you've got here looks properly good, as well as the lens effect/patina :)