Description:We have a Students room here.
It is completly drawn till one element wich still needs to be redraw.
We have a picture of it, but we are not satified with this design, so we need here your creation here.
The Project shoul be finished by 01.04.2014
Wants:Very simple____ Best realistic pictures/best colours/ best room accesories
- Cinema 4D
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