Spherical : Billboarding

I’ve implemented a camera engine that use gluLookAt (Free camera).
My camera can provide these informations :

Camera.Pos (Space coord x,y,z)
Camera.LookAt (Direciton Vector)
Camera.UpVector (UP vector )
Camera.RightVector (RIGHT vector )

And I set my camera like this :

gluLookAt( Camera.Pos.x,

         Camera.Pos.x + Camera.LookAt.x,
         Camera.Pos.y + Camera.LooAt.y,
         Camera.Pos.z + Camera.LooAt.z,


Now I’m able to realize a cylindrical billboard (quads building)
but I don’t understand what to do to realize a spherical billboarding.
The billboard should be spherical cause the camera will move around a
particles foutain and as it’s free(camera) then it can pass above the fountain.

To draw the quads(Particles), I proceed like that :

 RightVector = Camera.GetRightVector;
 RightVector.x = RightVector.x * Quad_Half_Width;
 RightVector.y = RightVector.y * Quad_Half_Width;
 RightVector.z = RightVector.z * Quad_Half_Width;

 UpVector = Camera.GetUpVector;
 UpVector.x = UpVector.x * Quad_Half_Height;
 UpVector.y = UpVector.y * Quad_Half_Height;
 UpVector.z = UpVector.z * Quad_Half_Height;

 glBegin( GL_QUADS );
     glVertex3f( ObjectPosX - (RightVector.x + UpVector.x),
                 ObjectPosY - (RightVector.y + UpVector.y),
                 ObjectPosZ - (RightVector.z + UpVector.z) );

     glVertex3f( ObjectPosX + (RightVector.x - UpVector.x),
                 ObjectPosY + (RightVector.y - UpVector.y),
                 ObjectPosZ + (RightVector.z - UpVector.z) );

     glVertex3f( ObjectPosX + (RightVector.x + UpVector.x),
                 ObjectPosY + (RightVector.y + UpVector.y),
                 ObjectPosZ + (RightVector.z + UpVector.z) );

     glVertex3f( ObjectPosX - (RightVector.x - UpVector.x),
                 ObjectPosY - (RightVector.y - UpVector.y),
                 ObjectPosZ - (RightVector.z - UpVector.z));

ObjectPos is where the Billboard quads(Particles) will be drawn.

When the camera goes forward, backward, rotate left/right or strafing right/left,
the quads are well facing the camera but when I raise the camera and I look
down (CamLook), the Quads do not facing the camera.
Consequently, they(quads) should undergo a rotation around the RIGHT vector but ???

PS :Perhaps the error cames from me cause when I raise the eye(lookAt) of the camera
I modify the LookAt vector but I don’t modify the UP vector.

CamLook.y = Sin(Eye_Elevation_Degres);     
I think the UP vector have to be modify cause pretend I raise my eye to the sky, 
the UP vector of my head(Camera) will move backwards...
But, how modify it and, could the error come from this ? 

I thank you in advance.

PS :Excuse these many confusions and this long annoying question
but I’m tired to seek informations on Billboarding (Without use the ModelView matrix).

I’m not sure I understand your question…
Why don’t you make your particles to always be facing the camera with mathematical calculation.
I don’t know if that is a suitable solution to you problem…

here’s some code

void CBillboard::Render(const C3DVector& vOrientation)

//Translate the object at his position
glTranslatef(m_vPosition.x, m_vPosition.y, m_vPosition.z);
//Find the angle between the (1,0,0) vector and the oriention vector 
//and rotate with that angle
C3DVector vXAxis(1.0f, 0.0f, 0.0f);
C3DVector vNewOrientation(vOrientation.x - m_vPosition.x, 0.0f, vOrientation.z - m_vPosition.z);
float fAngle = 180.0f/3.1416f * acos((vXAxis * vNewOrientation) / (vXAxis.GetLength() * vNewOrientation.GetLength()));
if(m_vPosition.z >= vOrientation.z)
	glRotatef(fAngle, 0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f);
	glRotatef(-fAngle, 0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f);
//glScalef(m_vDimension.x, m_vDimension.y, 1.0f);

glBindTexture(GL_TEXTURE_2D, m_iTextureID);

//glColor4f(1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f);

	glTexCoord2f(1.0f, 0.0f);
	glVertex3f(0.0f, 0.0f, m_vDimension.x / -2.0f);

	glTexCoord2f(1.0f, 1.0f);
	glVertex3f(0.0f, m_vDimension.y, m_vDimension.x / -2.0f);

	glTexCoord2f(0.0f, 1.0f);
	glVertex3f(0.0f, m_vDimension.y, m_vDimension.x / 2.0f);

	glTexCoord2f(0.0f, 0.0f);
	glVertex3f(0.0f, 0.0f, m_vDimension.x / 2.0f);