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Published on Aug 20, 2012
This video covers a moderately advanced Bryce 7.1 Pro topic. It is not intended to guide the user to any particular objective, instead it is a rather wide ranging investigation into the behaviour of 2D repeating patterns when they encounter 3D objects and some strategies as to how to go about mapping them with the object cubic and spherical mapping modes. The latter part of the video also relies upon being able to generate a spherical map, this can be done in any number of ways, but for the sake of simplicity, our (Horo and myself) own product is used to achieve this effect. So additionally this tutorial might be of special interest to those that already own this product (or are thinking of getting it) and want to see Spherical Mapper used practically in one of the countless ways it could be used (more examples are provided with the product itself, along with tutorials and documentation).
Better viewed in HD - some of the controls in Bryce are quite fiddly and small.