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Archive for May, 2008

Bryce Optics can be your friend – mini-tutorial

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  A scripture in the Bible quotes an well-known saying "One sows and another reaps". This mini-tutorial is the result of someone else sowing and me reaping the benefit. If it wasn’t for a question posed by "Ludwigs" in the ...

“Zero” Files

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Why have a single Default file when you can have as many as you like? As you just learned from the "D’ fault with the default!" post you can save a new default file by overwriting the standard Bryce default ...

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On the Internet, I am a reclusive hobbit called Hamfast, who likes potatoes, all green growing things and playing with Bryce, Hexagon and who has a consuming passion for JRR Tolkien. In reality I am a retired medical illustrator who ...

D’ fault with the default!

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I always liked the default scene that Bryce 4 and Bryce 5 loaded when you started the program. It got you into the scene and allowed your to start creating immediately. Then some programmer at DAZ (or perhaps it was ...