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Deep Sea Diving - Bryce Tutorial

This tutorial will focus on creating a believable (if not realistic) underwater scene in Bryce. The key to doing this is to create a caustic effect.

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Underwater Scenes - Bryce Tutorial

There are several small things you can do, that when added together, give the impression of an underwater scene.

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Space Nebulai (Volumetrics) - Bryce Tutorial

Create a cool looking space nebula with the program Bryce.

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Using 2D Planes to Simulate Volumetric Clouds - Bryce Tutorial

In today's Bryce tutorial we will be using 2D planes to simulate volumetric clouds.


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Advanced Alpha Channel - Bryce Tutorial

For Bryce 4 or greater: Advanced Alpha Channel Tutorial

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Creating 2D Pict Objects - Bryce Tutorial

Today we will be creating 2D picture objects in Bryce.

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Understanding Soft Shadows - Bryce Tutorial

One thing that's seldom mentioned about Bryce is that it has two similar but slightly different Ray Tracers. Since Bryce 2 PC and B3 Mac it has incorporated a largely academic render model called Distributed Ray Tracing (not to be confused with Distributed Rendering, i.e. render farms). In Bryce 2 through 4, this was called the Fine Art render mode, in Bryce 5 it's called the Super mode.

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Light Range Comparisons - Bryce Tutorial

Light Range Comparisons in Bryce 5.

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2D Pict Objects From A Single Photoshop Image - Bryce Tutorial

Bryce 2D Pict Objects From a Single Photoshop Image (PS7).

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How to Create Cool 3D Photochopz Letters in Bryce! - Bryce Tutorial

If you are new to Bryce, the interface may look really complicated, but it really isn't. It is easy to learn and once you figure it out, you can create anything. We tried to make the steps as simple as possible, but if you get lost at anytime during the tutorial, just tell us and we will help.

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