Great job. I will study that tutorial myself. It has been brought to my attention that I have no idea of abstract art, a fair assesment so I must study that area. This tutorial seems fun.
It is too soon to say what the future with Bryce will be. A few people have begun to become anxious myself included. But so far no definitive word has been given. Ths worries me because usually when something is clearly not true people do not hesitate to state so. The continued silence from Daz is not comforting. But I still have hope. I believe that we users must have some impact on the future of the program, and we will not sit by for long before asking for answers.
I would hope to hear something over next few months but word may not come that soon. Right now I am enjoying the IBL function and the new love True Ambience Pro Render enough to keep me Bryceing for a few more minutes at least. But I do want to know what is going on at least with some bug fixes.
Join Date: 05.26.2004 Comments: 4686
Really very nice. Very 3D-ish and beautiful lines and curves. I like the colour and the contrast. Great job.
Join Date: 04.15.2004 Comments: 1097
You could've at least change the viewport's AoE (stands for angle of view) and play with depth of field. David Brinnen has a few abstract images with DOF successfully applied like his Fire Dancer . So, as a whole good work executing the tutorial, but don't forget to add a small piece of your imagination within the artwork. This is where you get on the unique side.