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Inertia 3 by danmoore Inertia 3 by danmoore
An one hour render in Bryce 5.
Aircraft carriors inspired by the Cruiser in the movie
"The Fifth Elements".
Space ship created with Doga-L3. [link]
An Intro to Doga-L3 : [link]
Bryce tutorial on creating a texture that apply on top of an object : [link]
For two monitors at 1024x768 (2048x768).
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Misaki-chi Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey! I've also noticed that the robot patrol almost looks just like the one from Robocop. I also like that cruiser in the foreground and how the reflection is on the visor of the fighter pilot. :thumbsup:
danmoore Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks !
It's the same scene of that image : [link]
You can see the airplane landing in the center of the visor !
Misaki-chi Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
AH! Now that you mentioned it I knew that there was something about that one that was familiar.
Splinter-Cell37 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2005  Hobbyist Filmographer
Wow...this is awesome :D
Midolluin Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice stuff. The Fifth Element is one of my favorite movies. I also use Bryce 5 and have been using Bryce since version 3. I notice you also use Terragen. I have not used that program yet. Which do you like better? I also looked at your Moose render - very nice. Whoever modeled that Moose did a nice job. Did the textures import into Bryce also or did you have to apply Bryce textures? I can import Poser creations into Bryce but I can't get the textures to import right so it is just easier to render them in poser and then layer them in later in Paint shop pro. Anyway you have a very enjoyable gallery.
danmoore Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi Midolluin !
The Moose is not a 3d object, but it come from a photo applied on a
vertical plane. The guy who have done it, have created a mask
with the contour of the moose in a drawing program.. When you have the contour white
with the back in black, you create a plane in Bryce and load the photo and the mask.
In this way Bryce keep the white part intact (the moose) and the black
part come invisible. The advantage is that Bryce calculate a shadow.
I have seen that you do some compositing works.
As Terragen didn't import 3d object, compositing from
photo could make nice results.
About importing Poser figures into Bryce, I used to
save the figure, in Poser, in the obj format. (With all the includes checked,
and the other ones unchecked)
While importing Bryce will ask you to go get some textures that
are in the Poser Textures repertory:
(I have just put an hair from [link] on Poser 5 Woman Judy,
and it import very well in Bryce.)
Body Textures are in textures \ Poser 5 Textures \ Figure Textures\ rdnaP5woman\
The Hair texture from "Digital Babes" is in : textures \ Kozaburo
A little trick to finish: In Poser : To have a nice hair contour, from an external imported hair,
you have to put the Transparency_Edge to 1.0 (100%).
Thanks for the nice comments ! :)
Midolluin Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, Thanks for the extended reply. I have done the picture thing in Bryce, and thanks for the poser suggestions, I will give them a try. Thanks again.
Iamwiley Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2005
:worship: you are amazing!
danmoore Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks a lot Bill !
Iamwiley Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2005
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