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Making Materials - Bryce Tutorial

Making Materials In Bryce 4. Create cool rocky shapes, using textures and following this step by step guide.

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The Making of a Room - Bryce Tutorial

Today class we are going to make a basic room in Bryce.

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A Quick Lighting Lesson - Bryce Tutorial

This a quick tutorial on lighting in Bryce. It starts with the light setup we created using the settings from the default lights in Poser. It's not a definitive guide and is certainly not very detailed. However, we hope it gets you started on using lighting successfully in Bryce to simulate radiosity and soft shadows.

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Learn How to Make a Kaleidoscope - Bryce Tutorial

Today we are going to make a Kaleidoscope in Bryce and we are going to have fun doing it! :) Let's proceed!

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Creating Grass - Bryce Tutorial

In this Bryce tutorial we will teach you how to create a nice looking grass! Take a look at the final result and try it yourself! :)

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Fractal Terrains - Bryce Tutorial

This tutorial is on how you can turn a fractal into a terrain in Bryce from Metatools, although this concept can be applied to most other graphics programs. We're assuming that you've already spent time tinkering with Bryce, and if this is the case, this should be a snap. (By the way- this tutorial was created in Bryce 2 for Windows; this will work in Bryce 3D as well, you'll just have to adjust to the different interface.) We've included everything in this tutorial- the images found here, as well as the scene file we used for this tutorial in a ZIP file which you can open up in Bryce 2 and Bryce 3D so you can study it. Before we do anything else, let's take a look at the basics of what we're working with, shall we?

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Creating Foreground Planets - Bryce Tutorial

The foreground planet in the picture isn't an object at all. It's a Bryce sky that has been altered to look like a planet. This technique works best for creating background images. Additional objects can be added into the scene using PhotoShop or PhotoPaint.

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Exact Sun and Moon Placement - Bryce Tutorial

You would like to place the sun or the moon at a certain location of the picture? Then you're going to love this tutorial!

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Creating Egyptian Columns - Bryce Tutorial

These Egyptian columns are inspired by a photograph of a room of the temple of Karnak. The interesting point here is not only their construction but also the fact that they are covered with hieroglyphs. We will see how to achieve this effect with Bryce.

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Deep texture Editor - Bryce Tutorial

The purpose of this tutorial is to help you understand how to use the Deep Texture Editor in Bryce 4 a bit better by taking you through the construction of a new material with a height dependent colour. It's not a short tutorial but it's fairly easy to follow.
Good and varied materials make all the difference between a natural-looking picture and one that looks , well , a bit artificial.
To get there you can't avoid getting into the DTE and 'tweak' things to your taste : it's not as difficult to do as it looks at first.

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