Hi, so to put a field type grass over a mesh covering a few acres, best to photo an entire field rather than a small area say 20ft square and tile that, tiles being repetitious would look silly. Tricky photographing a field in ortho view though.
I dont normally get a need to do this, until a sudden job would have looked good with it, but see it as an interesting area.
Thanks for the links.
Now I do have, I hope, Bryce. It took my interest many years ago and as far as I remembered was still a contender when I acquired it as part of a package on offer, from DAZ (not the washing up powder people !) in studio 4.5, then discovered that bundle didnt have it, so managed I hope to get it from Softonic for free, so my folders and notes tell me.
Is that any good, never got round to using it.
Is it better to export my surfaces out to Bryce, (not sure what file type to use but no doubt will find out !) and add effects there ?
Its for such work so maybe best. Wont cost me anything as I already own it.
If I alter a surface in rhino, and re-export the model, will Bryce update or need materials re-applying I wonder.
Guess I shall have to get onto a Bryce forum.
Anyone use Bryce, is it even worth going down this route or is it a has been ?
skys and lighting and trees etc, its made for that so best dabble there rather than try to use render view in rhino ?