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have always been an admirer of your works. I noticed a your preference for vray, can I ask you, here how you found using Maxwell instead?
From a purely technical but instead I'd like to know how many SL you reached for each image, how long and on configuration hardwere, and what kind of illumination you used only HDRI, HDRI + sun & sky, or ....?
thank's in advance
I would love to ask Bertrand some questions. Like what he sees as the most important aspect to creating such realistic scenes.
The level of detail in textures is incredible! I don't know how he finds time to put so much detail and attention into competition, its amazing as always!
@ronenbekerman i must sadly say that your domain does take an awful long time to load today, dunno if it's me or not?
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