Hi Barney, I did a contact sheet of another living room we ask to photoshoot before to use it as sample, please check how the elements are photographed. Just a correction, when you shot a couch please put the camera at the couch level to let us draw the character in eye level, but also shot it from the above I mean your eye level when you are standing, also from the floor level (horizontally across the floor and way up). please start doing some photos from the outdoors to indoors, think that the boy is coming home from playing outside and his parents open the door, maybe talk a little there, take photos from both sides indoors and outdoors, put the camera below horizontally and pointing up in 45°. Follow the characters walking inside, I mean take shoots to let us draw the characters in various angles walking inside and outside. Take care of the lens flare from the windows and focus and spot light, spoil the shoot. As I told you yesterday please get rid of the small table and in some shoots put a chair between the carpet and the wall, please take several shoots to that chair, in all angles possible, don’t forget to put the camera near the floor at the sides of the chair and shoot it across the floor horizontally and pointing up in 45°,65°80°,90° etc. Is not necessary to take shoots near the floor in front and the back of the chair, just at bot sides. PLEASE USE AN ARMLESS CHAIR, a simple chair commonly used in a dining room. If I ask you more photos than the accorded I send you more money for that.