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    superjari
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    Nice...

  2. #12
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    hi There

    David

    do have any Links to examples of cad into Bryce images?

    i downloaded the trial version of Bryce (probably should have waited a couple of weeks, but o well) was curious how this all turns out using VIZ 3ds and Bryce for site work

    do you have some links to online Bryce Tutorials in general? i used to play with Bryce 2, but not a lot of success with it at that Time.

    since i do mostly site work and Exteriors This would be very Interesting to see ho well it works

    Thanks

    vizwhiz

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    Don't have any of my own images on-line but you'll find loads of resources and galleries on the web. See the Bryce Resource Page on CADTutor for a start.
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    hi There

    David

    Thanks

    you are a great resource and so helpful

    vizwhiz

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    I've tried Bryce, but when I import the *.3ds file, it turns into one object, so when applying a texture, it covers the whole building, what do you do to avoid this?

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    When you import a .3DS into Bryce it is imported as a Group Object. All you need to do is to Ungroup it and all the objects will be selectable for attaching materials.

    Haven't got round to a tutorial for this yet but I will just as soon as...
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    OK, THNX

    It looks like an really easy program for landscape and sky...

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