Bryce is a standalone 3D modeling and animation program that was primarily used by hobbyists and
freelance 3d artists in the 90's and 2000s (especially rave posters, it seems). The focus of this
program is primarily landscape generation and procedural texturing; you can create 'terrain'
objects, and edit them using a greyscale height map. There are many different versions, but I
primarily use Bryce7, since it runs on Windows 10, and it has a tree generator!
By today's standards, Bryce's UI is really strange. You basically don't get any keyboard controls, having to use the strange skeumorphic button schemes to edit your objects. It's pretty difficult to get used to, but the results feel very authentic to 3D renders of the new millenium. If you have 20 bucks to spare, I highly recommend trying Bryce7 out.
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