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January 7, 2003 8:50 PM   Subscribe

The Bryce Forum Gallery has been a mainstay of my visits to the WWW since 1997. Featuring some amazing computer-generated imagery, the Gallery is the first 'virtual' art museum I happened across, and it's still my favorite. I hope you enjoy it as well.
posted by WolfDaddy (6 comments total)
Very cool! Thank you so much for this, I love this kind of stuff. I wish (a quibble) that there were thumbnails, so that I didn't have to click a link, wait for a graphic to load, and then go back to the gallery. Still, pretty nice stuff.
posted by jonson at 9:52 PM on January 7, 2003

I love 3D art galleries. The Bryce forum gallery is one of my favorites. I do a bit of 3D art myself, and spend hours just browsing various Bryce, Vue, and Poser galleries. I would link a few of my favorite artists, but I wouldn't want their web sites to be eaten by the Metafilter bandwidth monster. ;)
posted by xyzzy at 9:59 PM on January 7, 2003

ahhh, good ole BFG

I had two pieces there that have long since disappeared from the web.

Bryce art tends to be either:
A: Incredibly horribly hideously awful
B: Incredibly, amazingly beautiful

There is little in-between.

Most of the work I did when I was using Bryce was abstract since I couldn't feel like I could ever call anything using other people's models and calling it my own art.

I was a huge fan of Bill Ellsworth's work.

Actually, I was lucky enough to have Bryce piece of mine end up in an issue of a DC comic: Divine Right: The Adventures Max Faraday - thanks to mister Jim Lee.

ah, memories.
posted by cinderful at 11:27 PM on January 7, 2003

ignore my poor grammar-checking skills.
posted by cinderful at 11:28 PM on January 7, 2003

Nice link, WolfDaddy! And a great idea for a site. Thanks.
posted by hama7 at 1:07 AM on January 8, 2003

I'm sure you've all been there before, but just in case you haven't, Digital Blasphemy is worth a visit.
posted by Mwongozi at 7:03 AM on January 8, 2003

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