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Rainbow Dimensions Version 6 Animation 1
Rainbow Dimensions Version 6 Animation 1
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Isometric in Bryce?
Isometric in Bryce?


Isometric in Bryce?
Description: Like many of my pics this one started out with a "I wonder if... I can render an isometric image in Bryce" then having got something up and running... can I make appealing to the eye? I'll let you decide the answer to that. The cube was made in Wings3D, consits of a "body" and a "wireframe" - the material is supposed to remind you of the Matrix.
Added by: davidbrinnen
Keywords: davidbrinnen, wings3d, isometric, matrix
Date: 03.23.2005 02:10
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Downloads: 145
Rating: 4.00 (2 Vote(s))
File size: 488.1 KB
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Join Date: 09.30.2004
Comments: 163

WOW. indeed apealing indeed.
03.23.2005 08:39 Offline jesuis xxomnislashxx at

Join Date: 12.10.2003
Comments: 433

It does remind me of the matrix, awesome.
03.23.2005 09:24 Offline Nightst4r nightst4r at

Join Date: 05.26.2004
Comments: 4172

Cool techno look. Interesting cube, everything of it. The surface it's standing on is very interesting, indeed. Lighting is superb. I somewhat fail to appreciate what you've accomplished with this, because I don't know what ?isometric? means in this context. (iso = same, metric = size, distance; isobars=lines of equal pressure, isohypses=lines of equal hight, isophotes=lines of equal brightness, etc).
03.23.2005 10:14 Offline Horo h.-r.h.wernli at

Join Date: 11.01.2004
Comments: 123

looks like something escher would have made. Top job davidbrinnen
03.23.2005 15:28 Offline romtin_erfani yillfog at

Join Date: 01.03.2004
Comments: 2227

Thanks, I'm glad the matrix reference worked out - but to answer Horo's question. Isometric is like, technical drawing - or more to the point, like all those games I played on my mates spectrum in the 80's. No perspective, just all 45degrees and verticals. Does no one else remember how it used to be?
03.24.2005 09:32 Offline davidbrinnen mail at

Join Date: 12.10.2003
Comments: 433

Sorry I wasn't arround yet :) I did Iso metric drawings in Tech Class though...

Nice work none-the-less
03.28.2005 08:33 Offline Nightst4r nightst4r at
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