Holly fucking shit excuse my language but this is so damn good it's just left me breathless before it, because of how realistic, true to life and detailed it is. Took me a bit to figure out this wasn't a photography. This is surely not something you see every day. Congrats on the absolutely deserved DD.
The colours and the art in general looks perfect, its an eye candy. I dont know about the hidden object games so I'm not going to talk about it. But the fact is, I studied alot about interiour architechture when I assigned to fine arts academy, and there is a very bad scaling problem in your picture, see the chairs are wide for table, they wont fit inside, the angle or collumns are normaly wrong we dont see it because we dont see where they lad in floor, if we compare the size of chairs and the size of people who sit on them, the plates are extremely small and their angles are a bit wrong for tables, aswell as the glasses the other plates of food and surely the fork knife etc. Probably your main idea wasnt about the front art but to hide something in back, still as an art student I'm obligated to warn other artists about their work no offense, wonderful painting and depths, but the technique needs more perspective and scaling study.
honestly when I first started looking at this, I was thinking about Titanic. then I move to the artist comments, and what do you know that's what it is. Good job. Now when I looked at those chairs, I laughed. I laughed real hard, almost falling out of my chair. Not sure if you know what I mean or if anyone else said anything about them. but the reason is, look how wide they are LOL. Wide chairs for rich people. Was this really for the comfort of the people that sit on it, or did the carpenter make a sterotypcal mockery of the wealthy in his own way? Ether way I found this to be rather hilarious.