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Bertrand Benoit has published a new set of renders inspired by the American illustrator Hugh Ferriss, famous for his speculative hand-drawn images exploring the consequences of New York's 1916 zoning laws on high-rise architecture. For this set of renders, Bertrand takes the Art Deco American Radiator Building (or American Standard Building) as his subject. Be sure to watch the video which shows a quick making-of through a collage of test renders and a short walk through the 3D scene.
Technically speaking, this is all 3Ds Max for the modelling (with a big help from Itoosoft’s RailClone to randomize all the windows) and V-Ray Next GPU for rendering. Post work was done in the now-defunct ArionFX and Affinity Photo.BB3viz