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Vue 8 – what Bryce 7 should have been…

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 Posted in 3rd Party Products | 4 Comments »

I feel completely unashamed to say that I have been looking at another 3D package other than my beloved (perhaps that should be in the past tense) Bryce. I have been looking at Vue 8 (formerly Vue Esprit and now ...

Sculptris – intuitive 3d sculpting software?

Monday, June 21st, 2010 Posted in 3rd Party Products | 6 Comments »

[Update: Thanks to Rosemary Regan, for the heads-up on the latest news about Sculptris. It seems Sculptris has been taken under the ZBrush wing:  "...an Alpha version of Sculptris for Windows - a unique, very ‘cool’ artistic modeling application still ...

Using Collada models from Sketchup Warehouse

Saturday, June 5th, 2010 Posted in 3rd Party Products, Bryce-related, Quick Tips & Tricks | 2 Comments »

Here's some tips for using the DAZ Studio Beta to convert Google's SketchUp Warehouse models into OBJ files to use in Bryce.  ---------------------------------------------------------- Not all of the models could be converted (only about 1 in 5 or so..) and ...

Genetica Viewer – A useful tool for Bryce

Monday, August 24th, 2009 Posted in 3rd Party Products | 5 Comments »

Trawling the Internet for textures has never been my favorite pastime. Just too much time is spent on avoiding malware sites or commercial sites forcing you to pay exorbitant fees for access to their databases, or public domain sites filled ...