Simulating wide-angle lens distortion in Bryce
Bryce has a few hidden objects and resources that are not easy to find if you are starting out and haven't yet explored the folders that have been installed. These short tutorials show you where to find them and how to use them, and in the process will also take you through using some of the Bryce labs.
Something that may not be obvious when you first start using Bryce is that it has some simple customization features. The tutorial covers:1.Customizing the interface by moving the palettes,2. Changing the background colour/texture of the scene space,3.Changing the object display modes.So if you don't know how to do any of these yet this tutorial is for you!
This is Vanlippe's "Animating a Waterfall" tutorial, that is now and then asked for. His site has been gone for a while now so to keep this tutorial available I am hosting it on my site.I did not write it, Richard Vanlippe did.This tutorial explains how to create a waterfall animation using Bryce alone, although Photoshop can make some parts easier, it can be done totally in Bryce.
This is a guide on how to improve lighting within your scene.
Here's a tutorial on my latest Gallery image on Renderosity. Someone asked me how I got that light effect, well here's how. This tutorial explains how to use and how to create caustics for use on lights in Bryce. And a few other things. Please see companion file for use with this tutorial.For use with Bryce6 (or B5). Free to use for commercial and non-commercial works.
Ash nazg durbatulk, ash nazg gimbatul, ash nazg thrakatulk, agh burzum-ishi krimpatulOne Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them. Those words still bring a chill to me. This is the second image I have created from the Lord of the Rings, and I have been asked by a few artists to post a tutorial on how I did my "One ring image". Although not a difficult image to produce there are few technical details. This is my first tutorial in the new format so bare with me. Hopefully you will learn something.
Intro: This tutorial will take you through the steps necessary to create a 3d fabric drape in Bryce using terrains. This is the second in a series of easy to do terrain modification tutorials, to get an assortment of effects in Bryce.To prep for creating any type of fabric drape,I suggest studying how fabrics drape over and on different surfaces in everyday life.
This tutorial explains how you can use Bryce quickly and easily create dramatic, curved horizons to make images that appear to have been made from the upper atmosphere or beyond. (This tutorial works in Bryce 4 & 5)padawanNick on 10:14PM Fri, 07 November 2003