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    Salle Labrouste




    Hi guys. Here are a few shots from my latest series showing existing architecture. After La Maison de Verre, I revisit Paris (not sure where this current fixation comes from) for an even more vintage building: the interior of the reading hall at the "Richelieu" branch of the French National Library, built between 1862 and 1868.


    Modeled in 3ds Max and rendered in V-Ray 3. Post-pro in Photoshop.


    One notable thing about this piece is that it makes very heavy use of Itoosoft's RailClone plugin for 3ds Max, which did a very good job of behaving predictably and flexibly. And the point-cloud viewport preview makes navigating the scene easy. I don't think I could have fit this scene in Max otherwise (not least because every book in the shelves is a high-poly model).


    Some more shots from this series below.


    You can find the entire two sets of images here and here. The second series is the same, just playing with some wet plate filters in Photoshop.


    More info and viewport grab on my blog.














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    Amazingwork
    Again Bertrand

    p. Tomek
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    Perfect work
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    Bewildering images! The compositions, mats, lighting & the footprints, just amazing. We watch & learn. Cheers, M.
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    OMG...Wonderful job, as always, truly amazing...
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    Thanks a lot guys. Much appreciated.
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    Another amazing work Bertrand! All materials, lighting composition are very elegant. Congrats!
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    Bertrand..you nailed it once again man,its so inspiring to see your work every time.

    i must say Your work speaks for itself,all the best and keep inspiring.
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    light ... materials ... and emotions
    can only be: Bertrandb
    amazing.
    .. Big fan.
    the best.
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    #10

    Always Looking forward for your new works Bertrand,

    That is extremely beautifull
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    Amazing, I'm a fan for life!
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    Thanks a lot everyone. Glad you like it. And thanks Evermotion for the "Best of"! Made my day. B
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    Impressive as always! Great work!
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    Astonishing Visuals...Always inspiring us to set new goals! Loved them all. Period.
    I know how difficult it would have been, but a few books here and there scattered on the tables alongside the lamps would have further nailed it even more... guess as Viewers we always need to see more
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    Wow

    Very nice render and visual
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    My idol... !
    It 's great !...
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    One of the best works I ever seen.

    Great bulding, breat atmosphere, and very ellegant.

    Congratulations.
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    Thanks monsieur Bertrand for sharing this wonderful piece with us! Works like this give us the impulse to move forward. Can I ask one simple question, are those the only sources of light in your scene (that come thru the ceiling from above)?
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    Congratulations BB!!!!
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    Awesome job! Definitely have me looking into Rail Clone now
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