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illustrator 10 in Bryce

illustrator 10 in Bryce

illustrator 10 in Bryce

Can we import a file from illustrator 10 to Bryce as an object and if yes in which format you have to save it first?

RE: illustrator 10 in Bryce

What exactly are you trying to do?  Most of the time you are better off to render your scene and then add your 2D graphics in the JPEG you are using for postwork.

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RE: illustrator 10 in Bryce

I am making a beach scene and I had few things on it that i have directly made in Bryce but i wanted to make a beach towel but you know not like a rectangle cause i wanted it to be look natural so i made it  in illustrator with the pen tool so i could add curves. But if i want to had material i have to import it in Bryce. Or maybe you have other idea. I am beginner in Bryce and i didn't find any ways to make something with curves beside  with the sphere but what about if i don't want it to be round.

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