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Boolean operations in Bryce
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As requested by Piner, this is how I made "Behold!", although the dimensions are probably not the same, I just fiddled with the numbers until it looked right. Once again let me know if it is helpful or not!

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::Marideath
05/28/04 4:28 PM GMT
Thank you, Sam, thankyouthankyouthankyou. :)
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::CaptainHero
05/28/04 4:57 PM GMT
Yes, I have had lots of fun with boolean operations in Bryce. Sadly I am too lazy or disorganised to write a tutorial - thanks Sam. I would go as far as to say that without boolean operations in Bryce you can only create reasonably basic images.

I have also found that the symmetrical lattice function and the terrain editor are extremely useful in Bryce for creating non-standard shapes (especially in conjunction with imported photos or PICT files). Also. the little 'solo' button at the bottom right of the screen is invaluable when your scene gets cluttered.

Perhaps I should write a tutorial, but I don't know on what....ho hum.
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"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." Bertrand Russell
+camerahound
06/02/04 9:01 PM GMT
Excellent graphics and layout. Not sure how you do this, but very well done, Sam.
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"Success is getting what you like. Happiness is liking what you get." -anonymous
prismmagic
06/03/04 8:27 AM GMT
Sam I want to think you for being the first to actualy layout a Bryce tutorial. Great Job.
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Art is the perception of the creator. Meaning is the perception of the viewer. acceptance is the perception of society.
+Piner
06/09/04 12:50 AM GMT
Thanks Sam! :c)
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The work of art may have a moral effect, but to demand moral purpose from an artist is to make him ruin his work. (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1832)
speedy_10
06/14/04 10:07 PM GMT
Do you know how to disect objects in Moray?
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Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former. - Albert Eintstein + My image of choice Shady sands

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