Create Grass - Bryce Tutorial

This is a tutorial on how to make what we think is a pretty close match to realistic grass in Bryce. Now, the only real way, that we can think of, to get the simulation of thousands of little blades of grass, is to actually have them. WHOAAA!!! Don't leave yet. It's easier then you'd think. Now, we used Bryce 4 for this tutorial, but 3d and maybe 2 will work as well. - View Tutorial »

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