Bryce 3D Rev 3.1, Corel Photo-Paint 8
About 8 hours (1024x768, 300MHz PII)
Another attempt to keep things simple and within Bryce. The inner sphere is a mirror,
looking back out in our direction. So what you're seeing on the inner sphere is
actually a reflection of the inside of the stone casing. To make things clearer,
I made a second rendering from a different angle (the next image), and also an
animation of it spinning, available in 3 sizes. Be sure to check them out (top of page)!
Done entirely in Bryce 3D (Rev 3.1), using only Bryce primitives.
There are only 4 spheres, 1 cube, and a black ground plane. The sun is the only light
source. No imported objects or terrains, so the source file is only a dinky 71K.
ABOUT THE RENDERING:
The original rendering was made at 1024x768 (72 dpi), then cropped to 768x768, resampled and converted in
PhotoPaint 8 to produce the smaller 480x480 and 600x600 JPG versions.