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19-May-2004, 01:34 AM #16
uly7,

Thank you.
Well it can take a short time or a very long time.
What you put in the picture and how much you do can add lots of time.
Also I spend lots of time just picking the textures etc.
Lots of what you can do is easy really and you can get a ton of free 3D objects from the web for bryce. I would like to get Poser but that cost alot more.
But you can get bryce on sale for $80.00 if you watch the ads. Or if your in school you can get software here for less too. http://www.journeyed.com You can get it there for $ 59.98
If you sign up at http://www.renderosity.com/ you can go to the free stuff and get tons of things for free.
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19-May-2004, 01:37 AM #17
I emailed the picture back to you Penny and also made a QT movie but your email box was full so you did not get it because the server sent it back.
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19-May-2004, 01:21 PM #18
Hello there,

Thanks for all the help.

I didn't know that, acraftylady, so thanks for the tip. I'll take a look in PSP 8, and thanks for the tutorial link. I'm no good at these sorts of things, though, and don't have time to practise, but will try it some time.

Hewee did a panorama for me and it's so good - we somehow got my little dog, Schue-ee in twice. It was so funny to see him with a twin.

Here's the photo.

I'm sending on a group of three to Uly and Moby for them to play around with, when I get round to it.

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19-May-2004, 01:22 PM #19
Hello again, hewee,

Thanks for sending the movie again, I'm just going to look at it now.

I only have the free quota for SAFe-mail and it doesn't take much to fill the boxes, though there wasn't really much in them.

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19-May-2004, 03:32 PM #20
You posted the bad looking one Penny. The other one is bigger and it only has one dog.

I used PanoramaMaker 3.0 to make the Panorama picture that Penny posted above but see that it had two dogs because each of the two pictures had the dog in it. Plus it had made the Panorama smaller. So I went back to do it again and seen that it was set under output for medium so change it to large and the whole Panorama image cam out better and there was just the one dog.

Here is the other one that came out really good. But this has been resized and it is not as good as the one penny has.

You can spin around in the 360 Panorama movie Penny.
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20-May-2004, 05:54 AM #21
Hello hewee,

Thanks for posting the "better" view. It's lovely to have both sides of the back garden in the one shot. Excellent!

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20-May-2004, 04:04 PM #22
Your welcome Penny.
It is cool seeing the wider shot.
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21-May-2004, 03:30 AM #23
I agree, hewee.

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21-May-2004, 05:35 PM #24
Great Penny
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