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Under The Ole Dock by someole3d Under The Ole Dock by someole3d
Done completely in Bryce 5. This one was a pleasure at only 60 megabytes or so and actually rendered very fast considering all the lights and reflective water. The Largemouth Bass in the lower right is the same as the one on the left only I imported it into Cinema 4D and polygon by polygon slowly added the bend in his body then reimported him back into Bryce.

I have wanted to do a completely under water scene ever since I did "Bryce Aquarium". While over at Bryce5 dot net I was inspired by an underwater scene I saw there and decided I was ready to give it a whirl!..........Hey This aint no Sphere over Water!

Hope you enjoy it!
Thanks, Sean!
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anthriel Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2003
wow...:o that's nice job...really like the color and atmosphere :)

-Anthriel
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furryphotos Featured By Owner May 17, 2003  Professional Photographer
Wow thats some effort there. I like the empty space for all your icons ;) (Wink)
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serpent Featured By Owner May 16, 2003
sent via deviatorNice
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revcb Featured By Owner May 16, 2003
Simply amazing! Great work. The bass are done very well, and the whole scene is put together superbly. :) (Smile)
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joeynickel Featured By Owner May 15, 2003
Very nice fish models!!! Great work done in Bryce. There's only one problem with it: as the light would normally get through the water surface, it should cast some caustics on the ground (which Bryce is not able to do), and the ground in the front should not be lighted this way - except one imagines that the "viewer" carrys a lightsource ;-) (Wink)
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piemunch Featured By Owner May 15, 2003
all good, especially the work on the bass, the texture for the see floor is very realistic aswell along with the light filtered through the water effect on it, did you make the texture yourself or import it, definatly a +fav
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rlcwallpapers Featured By Owner May 15, 2003  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very nice I have started using Bryce and want to do an underwater scene also, would be nice to get to hints from you since this wallpaper is the best underwater scene I have ever seen.
Thanks
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naga Featured By Owner May 15, 2003
I love the water, and this does it such great justice!! The plants at the base of the dock supports look like they are actually waving in the current, and the fish are very well done. Good job on the bent one...it was time well spent. The bottom looks cool as well, it has a bunch of washers in it, like from fishermen that have lost their little weights. ;) (Wink)

I only have one minor nit, and that is the texturing on the front left pillar... it looks a bit pixelated. It doesn't detract from the image at all however, and it sure looks nice on my desktop! Once again you have made a killer WP and shown us what Bryce is capable of, keep em comin! Thumbs Up
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diosaperdida Featured By Owner May 14, 2003  Professional General Artist
No this aint no sphere over water(thanks) You really captured the feeling of being underwater. I like how you can see the surface view of the water from underneath.
I feel like I could swim in it...well except I don't really want to swim bass...they freak me out.
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bluelance Featured By Owner May 14, 2003   Digital Artist
this is bloody awesome!!! :D (Big Grin) i cant believe you got that done in bryce!! :D (Big Grin)

and the fish!! dont even get me started on the fish!!!

+favlove and striaght onto my desktop :D (Big Grin)

this is one of the best i have seen from you - great work ;) (Wink)
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