NatureTech by LeeMoon ()
Bryce posted on Nov 17, 2000
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Poser 4, Amorphium, and Bryce 3D (version 3)
TBKoen's excellent plant prop appears here. Everything rendered directly in Bryce 3D with no post render work. I'm playing with a soft shadowing technique in Bryce.
Image Comments (9)
closetmonster () 4:03PM | Fri, 17 November 2000
Very sweet! I hope you can part with some of those shadowing techniques. I know I could use 'em!
smoke () 6:41PM | Fri, 17 November 2000
I agree with Staneee: this is Bryce?!?!? Wow, great technique!!! Please share :)
FALCON2 () 8:21PM | Fri, 17 November 2000
This is RIDICULOUSLY FANTASTIC !!!! I'm literally stunned. ::still staring blankly at screen muttering how'd he do that....::
loswl_ () 7:47PM | Sat, 18 November 2000
NICE AND CLEAN!!......i love the shadows,very inspiring,i think i will log off now and go play around in Bryce...:O0
LeeMoon () 8:05PM | Sat, 18 November 2000
Thank you for the wonderful comments. Yes, the render is done purely in Bryce. This was an attempt to make a photo quality image using only Bryce (i.e. no retouching.) I like the shadowing and am working on a tutorial on how it's done.
mjshepherd () 2:46PM | Sun, 19 November 2000
Wow. Am I allowed to say "Bloody Brilliant"? Oh dear, done it now! I look forward to that tutorial too!
Flickerstreak () 1:29PM | Mon, 20 November 2000
ooh ooh ooh finish the tutorial! :^) Great work... Actually I'm surprised you didn't try to work in a little radiosity around the metal ball on the table, too... this is a kick-ass technique you're showing off here.