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Bryce 25 minute scene project - wings3D to render to postworks - a video by David Brinnen

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Published on Oct 29, 2012

Subtitle - "Shambling through colour depths"

Software other than Bryce 7.1 Pro is used in this video.

Wings3D
Paint Shop Pro 8
HDRShop

A bit tricky for me to estimate how difficult this video is to follow. I don't use Wings3D a lot (in comparison with Bryce for example - which I use in my sleep), but I am a bit familiar with it. I think for anyone who has used Wings3D already, they will be OK with this bit of the video, but if not, probably better seek out some beginners tutorials first. Wings3D can be obtained free at www.Wings3D.com it is a nice little subdivision modeller and, to my way of thinking, has an tidy, fast and intuitive interface.

The Bryce component is fairly straight-forwards for those that have been following my experiments with IBL and TA. If however you find yourself saying "what is IBL and TA?" then this video might not be the place to start.

The Paint Shop Pro 8 bit is easy enough I suppose - it's just an 8 bit paint package. And hence, as I discover as I go along, not sufficient for my needs.

HDRShop is where things get a somewhat baffling. If it is any consolation, it is pretty baffling for me too (OK that's no consolation really - just an excuse on my part), so... the final third of the video is a bit shambolic - it is up to you - you can shamble through along with me, watch me break things and fumble around with PSP8 and HDRShop, or you can abandon proceedings once you've watched me save the renders. I don't confess to be any kind of HDRShop guru. I can make it do things - I don't necessarily understand the implications of everything I can do. For that I need Horo's help.

Some additional text is included in the video, you may have to pause the video to read it.

Better viewed in HD - some of the controls in Bryce are quite fiddly and small.

For more tutorials visit http://www.bryce-tutorials.info/

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