Phillips Exeter Academy Library, Alex Roman (3D)


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Title: Phillips Exeter Academy Library
Name: Alex Roman
Country: España
Software: 3ds max, After Effects, Photoshop, VRay

Hello everyone!

Want to share my last personal project! It’s a Louis Kahn building designed and built a few decades ago.
I always wanted to reproduce a Kahn’s masterwork. I think he’s one of the best architects from the 20th century and
my fovorite by far :wink: After study for long his works, then i finally decided that one.
A bit playaround with volumes, materials and lighting -of course-. I also decide to leave it empty from books, it’s more
like a raw geometrical space purpose. I wanted also to keep it clean from the begining but it became more and more rusty and grunge…

I really hope you like it! :slight_smile:










Here’s a B&W wallpaper small link if you want it!

All the best!
Alex.


#2

as usually, is great¡¡¡ every aspect looks real… keep it up man.


#3

great as always… your work inspires me to improve…


#4

wow ,super lighting!


#5

woww lighting is very good friend , congralations.:smiley:


#6

I love the light. It bounces off in wonderful ways. Could you give us more info. How long it took that sort of thing i’m curious.


#7

well, what can u say…? these are killer works! obviously frontpage! U take realism to a new level,man!5 stars flat!


#8

lovely renders!


#9

Frontpage stuff indeed !!! This is just unbelievable. Just makes me want to visit this thing… 5***** !


#10

Wrong section: should be in the amazing photogrphy forum. 10 stars! I would have given 20 but some of the wood texutures are repeating… hard not to with the thousands of wood panels. I searched for hours though to find something :wink:

Special merit for the lighting, the subtle bokeah/dof effects and the bloom. Love the photo treatment also. Empty bookshelfs are awesome.


#11

Brilliant lighting!


#12

Wow! it looks so realistic! Textures, lighting, everything.
5 stars!!!


#13

Photorealism is your must…great as always!!

Bye


#14

Phenomenal work!
The 3rd image is just perfect.


#15

sorry I missed a question.
Did you use linear workflow or any gamma correction for this fabulous piece.


#16

Alex,
well done again!


#17

:thumbsup: I like your renders


#18

absolutely stunning, as always!


#19

So far so good!
it appeals to like handlings the light to me
you are a point of reference in CG. Good Job!


#20

great render men