Bryce is a 3D modeling, rendering and animation program specializing in fractal landscapes. The name is taken from Bryce Canyon, a rugged region with many of the same landscapes that were first simulated with the software.
You can create your own paradise with this highly accessible and professional 3D landscaping and animation tool. With Bryce you can add unbelievable realism with Image Based Lighting, true instancing, improved skies and clouds, and even particle emitters. Today I’ve compiled 33 awesome bryce tutorials for basic and advance level studies. Hope you’ll learn something from it, have a look…
You will need Bryce 5 for these tutorials..
If you always wanted to get started with 3D, Bryce would be a good start. You can make basic shapes using the simple tools that Bryce offers. First of all, you can get Bryce 5.5 for free now, so you can start right away!
Although Bryce does have some 3D modelling tools, they are a little basic. Also, building accurate 3D models in Bryce is difficult. If you need to build an accurate 3D model, you’re much better off using an application specifically designed for this purpose such as AutoCAD. Models built in AutoCAD can easily be imported into Bryce where they can be given an appropriate setting. The bonus is that Bryce has a much better renderer than AutoCAD and much better control over materials.
This tutorial will describe how to use pictures as 2D objects in Bryce. You can make people, pets, objects and more come alive in your scene by following a few simple steps..
Making of Futuristic cityscape
In this tutorial we will learn how to make a futuristic cityscape in Bryce 5.5…
In this tutorial we will make a beautiful Sunset scene using Bryce 5.5
How to Create a Futuristic Landscape with Spaceship
In this tutorial we will make a beautiful landscape using Bryce 5.5…
How To Make A Waterfall
With Bryce, there are several ways to make waterfalls. In this tutorial I’ll show you the easiest and most effective one..
In this tutorial, I will teach you how to make a 3D gate with a flat black and white picture using the Symmetrical Lattice in Bryce..
Bryce gives you all kinds of neat 3D objects, but how do you make them hollow? how can you make a bowl or bucket? This tutorial will show you how easy it is to make a hollow object by duplicating, changing the properties and grouping..
This tutorial will show you how to make a small star cluster type thing (lol) in Bryce 5.5
This tutorial will show you how to make a a simple abstract picture in Bryce 5.5
In this tutorial we will be making an iceberg using Bryce 5.5. Also we will be making a word/text called “COOL” in the water..
In this tutorial I’m going to play around with water in Bryce 3D and show you how you can make custom water shapes on a flat surface. .
The image pairs found in the CADTutor Download area can be used to create Picture Objects in Bryce. This short tutorial tells you how this is done in 7 simple steps. The screen shots shown here are from Bryce 4…
In this tutorial you will learn how to model a realistic head, add photo realistic textures to the face and paint perfect hair using Poser, Bryce and Photoshop..
This tutorial describes how to create a triangular ground model using Key Terra-Firma and AutoCAD and how to import this ground model into Bryce. The import technique described will work with any mesh or complex of 3D faces created with AutoCAD. If you do not have access to Key Terra-Firma, see the Alternative Method section below. This describes how 3D Studio VIZ can be used to create the terrain model..
This tutorial gives a basic introduction to keyframe animation in Bryce. The tutorial is compatible with Bryce 4 and 5 but may work with earlier versions although I haven’t tested this..
One of the most frequent questions I am asked about Bryce is how to create water that ripples when it is animated. Actually, it’s pretty straightforward if you know your way around the Material Lab and you have a basic understanding of keyframe animation..