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.
Learn how to model and render a Monarch Butterfly - In this tutorial you will learn how to model realistic butterfly wings and body parts using the Symmetrical Lattice and the Terrain Editor in Bryce 3D. Then we will show you how to texture the Butterfly with photo realistic precision with Adobe Photoshop.
For this tutorial you will need a basic understanding of Poser, Bryce 3D and Adobe Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro or any another painting program. These techniques can be applied with other similar programs but, were written for these in particular. A note to intermediate and advanced users: we tried to make this tutorial as comprehensive and detailed as possible for new users. Please bare this in mind when the explanations seem a bit obvious and repetitive.