Congrats on your sobriety I can handle that part. I was checking into one of those wacom tablets, they look pretty cool for sure.
I want to learn how to do things I know Bryce is capable of but I can't seem to find info on. Outside of years of experience(which is best IMO) what's a good source of info in your opinion that doesn't rely on a super vast knowledge of Bryce? Not that I want someone to hold my hand, but more of a "you do this for this reason" kinda thing. It seems like the tuts I find online are either geared for those that already know it all, and they skimp on the good stuff, or they just say to get this image, do this. Without any explanation as to why it works in that situation. If you could point me in the right direction I'd really appreciate it. Thanks Sed
If you see a Bryce tut it is to show you how to MAKE what they show you... Once you know that part you Experiment CHANGING some numbers here and there and see WHAT happens --- It really is a program of trial and error Look for free download at Daz3D.com
Exactly. Mostly error at my stage LOL I had a problem with windows hiding my scene and material files after not using Bryce for a period of time the other day, and was talking to David and Horo over at Daz forums. After telling me where to locate my files, they turned me on to some video tuts they did that are more in depth as far the hows, and more importantly the whys I mentioned earlier. The thing is they work in a different vein, and finding what I want to know is kinda hit or miss even though they are very in depth, informative tuts. Mainly cause I'm such a noob, I don't even really know what it is I need to know at this stage. What I do know is, when I see your work, I see what I want to do with Bryce, and I was hoping the Great Sedi Master could enlighten me to the ways of the force I'll definitely check out Daz like you said, and see what I shall see. Thanks Sed, you truly are an awe inspiring artist man Keep up the great work Shayna