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A cold night in the forest

Bryce Landscape posted on Feb 18, 2007
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Hello Re-visited one of my old Bryce works back in June of 1996 just as I was using Bryce version 2. Metacreations (the former company of Bryce) once called it "mind-blowing realism" and used the graphic for the company's annual corporate report. Thought I should share this with you all, though it's not the best by today's 3D standards. This image is best viewed with your monitor's brightness set at 50%. I've been going over old Bryce works, updated most of them under Bryce 5.5, with some or major extensive Photoshop post-production. Will post some of them in the near future. Enjoy. :) UPDATE: Thank you all for your kind comments and rating. :D

Comments (6)



12:14PM | Sun, 18 February 2007

could have been bigger to see the detail better. The light is good. and overall good work



12:48PM | Sun, 18 February 2007

Great detail in the trees. Love the shadows, beautiful :-)



12:50PM | Sun, 18 February 2007

Good image by any year's or version's stantdards.



3:26PM | Sun, 18 February 2007

Striking image and setting. The only suggestion I would make is to perhaps roughen the terrain slightly. My apologies if that is the effect you were after.



7:29PM | Sun, 18 February 2007

well it beets what i,m achiveing so far!!! love to see what you can whip up out of bryce today!!!



10:07AM | Mon, 19 February 2007

Nicely done!!!!!

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