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Danny

Here's some Bryce renders, these below examples are by the some of the best in Bryce. I can't argue with the fact that Vue is a better render, but even the almighty Vue falls to that plastic faux procedural texture look that Bryce is infamous by new users, some thing that Terragen does not have. Not to get off the threads subject But after Tron, Sucker Punch and several discover channel animations Terragen 2 will be taking the wheel in terms of working in tandem with max/maya in most movie productions.

 

http://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/index.php?image_id=2199784&section_id=2&genre_id=61&np

 

http://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/index.php?image_id=2211087&section_id=2&genre_id=33&np

 

http://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/index.php?image_id=2206170&section_id=2&genre_id=3&np

 

http://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/browse.php?user_id=125716&page=1

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f700es

Very nice indeed, thanks for the links. T2 does seem to have the ability to produce nice images. I did not know it was used in Tron.

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f700es

Free Digital Sculpting program much like Z-Brush and Mudbox. Was so good that Pixologic bought it but still free, so far. Very cool.

 

http://www.pixologic.com/sculptris/

 

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Danny

This is a great program, the UI is far easier than to use than Z-Brush will make, the only downfall is it only supports 32 bit processing

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Adobe Rome, content creation and publishing in a SaaS platform. Development was halted but you can still download and install.

http://rome.adobe.com/

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Danny

Daz is having one of their Pro version giveaways again. Grab them soon - DAZ Studio 4 Pro (64 bit ^ ^), Bryce 7 Pro and Hexagon 2.5.

http://www.daz3d.com/

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f700es

Won't be any where as good as your stuff. I am trying to see in using Bryce with SketchUp models. We'll see how well they play together.

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Techfreakd

wow nice post friends.

this post improve your knowledge. this is good for me.

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Donald

Your information is useful and I like the Gimp. I'm going to have a try. I'm wondering could you please offer the information about the open source of a software powerful like Dreamweaver?

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Donald

I've downloaded Gimp. But when I installed it, message pop up like this: "GIMP2.6 does not appear to be installed in the selected directory. Continue anyway? " How did this happen? :(

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f700es

Not really much out there like Dreamweaver for free. You can look at KompoZer which does offer WYSIWYG editing.

http://kompozer.net/

 

Also look at BlueGriffon

http://bluegriffon.org/

 

MS has WebMatrix that is a bit harder to use but with more tools.

http://www.microsoft.com/web/webmatrix/

 

 

 

Your information is useful and I like the Gimp. I'm going to have a try. I'm wondering could you please offer the information about the open source of a software powerful like Dreamweaver?

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I'd just try to re-install and see if that fixes it. Look at Paint.net as well.

 

I've downloaded Gimp. But when I installed it, message pop up like this: "GIMP2.6 does not appear to be installed in the selected directory. Continue anyway? " How did this happen? :(

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New open source 2D CAD package out there, LibreCAD. I installed an alpha of r2 and it has promise. It has a command line and a similar look and feel to AutoCAD from several years ago, r14 or so. Took a quick spin but not much more. Default file format seems to be r2007 dxf. It can export to standard graphic files including SVG. Looks like it can import .shp files for what it's worth. Currently I wouldn't recommend it over DraftSight currently but perhaps it will mature with time.

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WilliamClarke123

Thanks for the useful links. I have use cutepdf writer from this and its awesome.

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bilal260

Thaks for a very very nice post.

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f700es

Wow, I need to re-do this thread. Some of these are way out of date :(

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