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Old 15-04-2003, 08:50 PM   #1
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here is my first finished project.
Jack-in-the-box without any tuts (danny told me that there is a tut in a maya book).
mmh..is there a way to import maya objects into bryce?

Here the pic:

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Hehe - funny...

Did you use sculp surface tool ?
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yes...for da face
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Old 15-04-2003, 11:44 PM   #4
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is this from the learning maya book?

looks cool

you going to animate the opening of the box?
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no its not from any book.
I only made a Jack-in-the-box cuz I didnt know what to do and Kevin told me that I coul make a Jack-in-da-box.
Here the topic: read it
I really didn´t use any tuts.
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try and poly model the face... or maybe with sub-d ??

I find it damn hard to make anything real cool with da sculp tool
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Hey, about opening in bryce.. im pretty sure there is a program that can do it, you save it as a certain format which can be read by lots of different 3d programs. If anyone knows the name of this, or where to get it . If it comes back to mind i will let you know. As for your jack in the box, good start! If the head wasnt there i would be wondering why you posted it, but you have a lot of expression in that face you made! Great job.
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formatwonder3d works with bryce 4 only. i have bryce 5 and quite experienced with it.

What have you made in bryce? may i see some? and what bryce do you have? maybe we could exchange tips. Its rare to find an experienced bryce user.
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1st step: what types of formats can bryce read
2nd step: find a plugin to export it...
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thanks for all ya comments.
I am currently working on a woman. I think the woman will be much better than this crappy jack-in-the-box
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