A downloadable Render Pack

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Version 2 of the Bryce Render Pack includes 48 images made using Bryce 3D.

All of the images included in this pack are released under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.


If you use them for something I would love to hear about it!



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Modus Interactive's Bryce Render Pack v2© 2023 by Modus Interactive is licensed under CC BY 4.0


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AuthorModus Interactive
Tags3D, 90s, bryce, cgi, render, Retro
Asset licenseCreative Commons Attribution v4.0 International


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Bryce Render Pack v2.zip 428 MB


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bro the last ones got boring on shuffle as my desktop keep making these

this is such an aesthetic i love this so much!!!!!! :3


Oh cool, a sequel!


This rules extremely hard, god damn


Hello! You should add the license into metadata for the asset pack(s):

"Edit asset pack->Metadata->Release Info->License for assets" It will increase the size of audience that will be able to find your art


Thanks for the heads up! 


Whoa! These are super pretty. Changing my background from the windows 98 fish to these :D


These are absolutely gorgeous.  I might crop some (thankyou for keeping the horizontal res high on the portrait orientation renders) and use them as lockscreen backgrounds.

I've only ever known Bryce3D as "that old dos application", so was quite awed at some of the meshes in this.  Sadly the download link for Bryce 7 is broken and Daz3D's modern site doesn't seem to have it (also yuck NFTs).  No luck finding a bryce 7 zip on archive.org either (do you know the filename I'm searching for?).

I've used a darkened version of an old bryce render for years as my bootloader (syslinux) background at 640x480.  Please, please, please convince a motherboard vendor to include one of these renders as their splash :)


Thank you! I tried to make the resolutions as high as I could while still having a relatively low render time (most of these took at least an hour).

I got Bryce 7 from Daz (before they went full NFT), they still sell it there but I totally understand not wanting to give them money. There's a Bryce 4 ISO on archive.org but it doesn't seem to have a serial.

That render is gorgeous, I'd love to have a render of mine used for something like that!

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Bryce 7 is still sold as usual on daz3d website. It goes on sale with discount often. 

As much as you can dislike/hate daz3d themselfs (btw i think they gave up on nft stuff... idk... overall it looks like poser/daz market is struggling anyway), keep in mind that daz forum's bryce section is one of most welcoming and warm bryce-related places. Even if you just use bryce4 from archive or ebay or whatever, you can go there and ask questions in case you need help - those people are great. Especially David Brinnen and Horo, whom you might know for amazing tutorials on youtube.