More bryce attempts

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i like the 1st the best
#4 isn't soo hot. but they're all a part of your evolution into bryce. keep it up
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I'm trying to experiment a little just to get to grips with it.

One thing i realised you can't do is create a ground layer and put a water layer beside it.
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why can't you put a ground layer and water layer together? don't know much about bryce but you should be able to just make two objects beside each other and use the textures and layers you want for each.

Like the first 3 images btw...specially the 3rd
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Well I believe layers fill a complete horizontal x and y plane, so you would never be able to have ground and water layers together, since one will always overtake the otehr.
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Very nice work, keep it up!

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