Multiple Suns - Bryce Tutorial


The Bryce4 Sky Lab is a very powerful area, however one of its shortcomings is the lack of ability to have multiple suns. In this tutorial, we will discuss a technique to create multiple suns within Bryce. This tutorial will work in Bryce 3 and Bryce 4...it will not work in Bryce 2 because it lacks volumetric materials. - View Tutorial »


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Publisher: brycetech.com

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