I'm starting this thread hoping to share (and get) tips on lighting. Many beginners just dump a directional light in the scene, set it to cast shadows, and adjust the ambient light. But the shadowed areas end up looking pretty drab and uniformly lit. But we can make this a lot better. First. go into your scene and find your directional light, and clone it. Then, set the "shadow type" of the clone to "no shadows", and set the intensity to 0.1. Go to your original light, and subtract 0.1 from the intensity. Everything that is in a shadow now has just a little more depth, and the drawcalls are hardly effected at all. If you have any lighting tips, please share!