Thats a good start. The proportions seem right and reasonable. Artistically however there's room to grow. Do google searches to see how roof tiles are built if you want to keep it visible from the inside (you are missing a lot of elements). Avoid long, mathematically perfect brushes. Break the geometry in sections, so the object wont be overly simple, and the tiling not so jarring. Search for how historical buildings are actually constructed. An example would be how a big opening like that entrance door has to be done in a masonry construction. Dont try to wing it, copy the examples, mix the references to create your unique building. Dont let the character walk around the whole of your structure, dont let him see the entirety of the inside space at a once. Create limited spaces the player need to find the exit from. Study Melan's, Springheel's or Bikerdude's architecture to see how it is done.
Edited by RPGista, 05 April 2018 - 03:27 PM.