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Painting a DXF File with Your Own Image - Explosions 2 - Bryce Tutorial

There are several nice tutorials that explore how to paint a dxf file in Bryce already available on the internet. However, we feel that they missed a few things that will help add realism and more excitement to your downloaded dxf models. This page will guide you through acquiring, placing, painting, and scaling techniques that will aid in your finished image. Also, this tutorial is designed to introduce you to practical uses of the Bryce interface, so that the next scene you set up will be easier. This is the first part in the second (impact) explosion tutorial being prepared for this site.

To perform this tutorial you will need a photo editor. Either Adobe PhotoShop or Corel PhotoPaint are excellent.

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Building Explosions 1 - Bryce Tutorial

Here you can learn how to make this basic building explosion in Bryce.

This tutorial assumes you know the basic interface functions. If you don't understand a term, you should refer to the manual or complete the basic tutorials first.

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Against the World - Bryce Tutorial

Ever wondered what the difference is between "World" and "Object" mapping in the texture editor? This tutorial will explain a bit about these modes, how to use them..and also how to overcome some oddities that may occur when using them.

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Key to Success - Bryce Tutorial

This tutorial will help you learn about keyframes in the program Bryce.

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Exporting Objects - Bryce Tutorial

Learn with this tutorial how you can export objects from Bryce.



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Plop Goes the Easel - Bryce Tutorial

How many times have you rendered a scene just to see a major flaw within it such as an object floating, a hole that shouldn't be there, a really bad texture? Here is a function that can aid in finding those errors. It can also help reduce time and effort while perfecting your images. This tutorial will focus on the use of the "Plop Render" function in Bryce.

While here, you will learn not only what it is, how to use it and some of its basic features, but you will also see one of the features of the plop render that many do not know exists. This is a "must see" for those who render in large resolutions.

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See the Light - Bryce Tutorial

This tutorial will help you learn how to place the sun where you want it. This will not be an all inclusive tutorial, it will merely give you guidelines to help you place the sun.

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Going in Circles - Bryce Tutorial

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Bryce's QTVR panoramic render and how to get the most out of it. Though you will see primarily how to do this in Bryce4, we will also cover how to do this in Bryce 2 and Bryce 3d.

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The Way You Want It - Bryce Tutorial

In this short tutorial, you will learn how to set Bryce's Preferences to the way you like it to appear.

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Making Bottles - Bryce Tutorial

Here you will learn some basic considerations when creating your own bottles. You will see how the bottles were made in the "New Drink" image which should give the basics for making images with your own Bryce modeled bottles. Keep in mind that any object that has reflection, refraction, and transparency will take a while to render. The more complex and the larger the quantity of them, the longer it will take.

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