I recently bought Metacreations Bryce 2.0
for Windows 95, and I've been playing around with it a bit. These images are what I've
come up with so far. Let me stress that I am not an artist, nor do I have much time. I
have just been toying around with the software. In most images I have one or more DXF
objects, most of which I've obtained from either 3DCafe,
an excellent repository of 3D objects, or Meshmart (apparently now defunct). I have used
Breeze Designer (available from 3DCafe) and Rhinoceros (from www.rhino3d.com) to convert 3DS files into DXF format,
but I have no experience of using any 3D software aside from Bryce.
I have rendered each file to a resolution of 400x300 pixels, and converted the
resulting file to JPEG with low compression. The thumbnails were created by simply
resizing the image to 200x150, and running an Unsharp Mask filter to sharpen them (or, the
more recent ones, rendering to 200x150). On some pictures, I now have an 800x600 version
I use Micrografx Picture Publisher 7.0 for
image manipulation (and it has a good collection of textures too).
In case you hadn't figured it out, click on the image to zoom in to a larger picture.
I have now split the site into gallery pages so that you don't have to wait forever for
all the thumbnails to come down, as my site's link isn't hugely
Which gallery page would you like to view?
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