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  Secluded Beach

I used complex model trees as well as Bryce's built in trees, which caused the source file for this image to be 115 megs. I think that may be a record for me.

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  Dead Men Walk

There are 10 different skeleton models, each representing a moment in the same walking animation.

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  Scales

Based on a free model from 3D Cafe. I can also render this on light backgrounds for paid licensing.

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  Soccer Ball

Bryce 5 handles complex models like this grass slower than Bryce 4, but the addition of the 'depth of field' more than makes up for it.
This is one of my more popular images. The grass in the foreground was even used on a Canadian postage stamp.

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  Winter Aerium

Bryce 5's trees refused to work the way I wanted, so I used complex models in the solid glass spheres instead. This turned out to be a mistake. Due to the intense reflection depth rendering, this took a week to render.

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  Lone Orca

I continue to touch up the Orcas I created in Amorphium
I like how easy it is to bend the model from nose to tail, creating a new pose.

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  Night Bridge

The bridge model comes from 3D Attic, which has since gone out of business. The boat came from playing around with Amorphium.

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  Hourglass

Simple, yet striking. The parts of the model were made in Amorphium, and assembled and textured in Bryce.

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  Oasis

Was it the water, or the lack of everything else? This image came from playing with palm tree models.

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