Bryce Tutorial: How to Make an Iceberg and a COOL Text



In this tutorial we will be making an iceberg using Bryce 5.5.

Also we will be making a word/text called "COOL" in the water.

We will be making a few color adjustments in photoshop cs2.


End result:
How to Make an Iceberg and a COOL Text Final Image

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Tags:bergicetextwater

Step 1

Open Bryce 5.5.
When we open Bryce a default document opens up


WATER
Now click create option.
Click the water icon present on the left corner of the document.
The water plane is highlighted in red.


Step 2

The water plane is highlighted in red.
Beside it, you see 7 small options.
Click M



We now enter the water materials lab
The colors beside the diffuse, ambient, specular, specular halo, transparent, volume options can be changed. This is done by clicking the small circle beside the respective options.
By clicking , we get colors palette and we can select the colors of our choice.

Also beside the small arrow ,
Select psychedelic > yellowstrips

Now click the tick mark to return to the main bryce layout


Step 3

Now In the upper left corner there is a create button
You will find a little arrow beside it.
Click this arrow.
Now you will have the objects menu displayed.
You will find many options like
Boolean objects, Imported objects, mountains, paths, rocks, terrains and vegetations, trees, tutorial, vegetation showing

Click the mountains option.
Select iceberg terrain


Step 4

In the same way create another iceberg terrain.


Step 5

Click M .

When we click M,
we enter the materials lab for the selected object
The options for the terrain are shown.
Select Turbulent > Iceberg
Click the tickmark.


In general, Bryce has many options. You can select any of them to create your own image.

In our image, The texture used for the terrain is basic > waves2


Step 6

Click the sky and fog option which is at the top.

There are many images displayed below the sky and fog option

Now below the first image, there is a small arrow.
Click the arrow .
We see options like soft sky, darker sky, custom sky and atmosphere off
I select the soft sky
option.

In the Sky and fog options, the 2nd image indicates the shadows .
Below this image we see a small color palette.
Here in my image i select a light green

In the sky and fog options ,
the 3rd image indicates fog

Similarly ,
click the color below the 3rd image. I select a blue shade.

In the sky and fog options ,
the 4th image indicates haze .
Similarly select the color indicated.

In the sky and fog options ,
the 5th image indicates cloud height
We click and drag this 5th image to adjust the cloud height. As you adjust we can see the changes in the thumbnail , which is in the corner of the bryce layout

In the sky and fog options ,
the 6th image indicates Cloud cover .

We click and drag this 6th image to adjust the cloud cover
As you adjust we can see the changes in the thumbnail , which is in the corner of the bryce layout

In the sky and fog options ,
the 7th image indicates clouds. We click and drag this 7th image to adjust the clouds

As you adjust we can see the changes in the thumbnail.








Step 7

Go to Objects > sky lab

This is how the sky lab looks now after setting all your sky and fog options.


Step 8

Click Create > Terrains&Objects
Select C



Now click the tick mark


Step 9

C created


Step 10

create torus


Step 11

Similarly create torus 2


Step 12

Create cylinder.

Now our COOL text/word is ready :)


Step 13

Select the COOL word and click M to enter the materials lab.

Beside the thumbnail image in the material lab, there is a small arrow.
Click this arrow

Here we see options like buildings, city maps, flooring, painted, walls

Select Buildings > Office building at night

Click the tick mark.


Step 14

Now in the main bryce layout, click render button . ( highlighted in red)


Rendering takes some time.

After the render is complete save your work.

Now go to file> save image as

Save your image to your folder







Step 15

Now open this saved image in photoshop .

Now apply Hue/saturation



values are
Hue = -4
Saturation= +14


Step 16

Apply Color balance


Midtones Values are +64 +16 -22


Step 17

Color balance

Shadows: +31 -4 -5


Step 18

Color balance
Highlights: +22 -2 +18



Step 19

Apply Brightness/contrast : +6 +12


Step 20

Apply levels


Input levels: 33 0.93 233

Output levels: 0 255


Step 21

THIS IS THE FINAL IMAGE WE GET!!!
HOPE YOU ENJOYED MY TUTORIAL:)



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8 Comments:

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Guest says:

cool tut.......very nice nisha......very detailed explanation..... godwin

(4 years and 19 days ago)
avatar nishagandhi

Thank u so much Godwin

(4 years and 19 days ago)
avatar George55
George55 says:

Nicely done Nisha....

(4 years and 7 days ago)
avatar nishagandhi

Thank you George

(4 years and 7 days ago)
avatar hereisanoop

very detailed.., love to learn it....

(3 years and 362 days ago)
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Danny says:

NICE TUT...............

(3 years and 347 days ago)
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Guest says:

hai can U tell ne which version it is???

(1 year and 361 days ago)
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[banned] says:

authentic

(1 year and 106 days ago)


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