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Old 10-06-2003, 12:33 AM   #1
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does anyone know where i could find a tut for a nature scene like this or comments on some steps to take to make it ...
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hmm nature tutorial...never really throught about it, but it might be a good isea djackson
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I guess nobody thought about it because we are lazy with Paint FX :p

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... i just use bryce for that stuff... because it is super easy to get the type of thing you want... then when done with that you can export the objects into a 3ds? (i think) form an import the to the program of your choice... >_<
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yeah I was looking @ World Builder I think I might go that route thanks for the feedback
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You could check out Terragen, as well.
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