Where did bliss.bmp come from?


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Tom Hartley

I'm just curious and I have been asked before -
Is bliss.bmp a real photo of a real field and if it is
then where was the picture taken and who took it?
If it is a computer generated image then who made it?
What was it called Bliss ? Who named it?
Who knows?

Thanks for your help on this guys -
Much appreciated!
 
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Wesley VogelX

This is a picture of my backyard. The picture is taken from the north.
Wes
 
D

David

I'm just curious and I have been asked before -
Is bliss.bmp a real photo of a real field and if it is
then where was the picture taken and who took it?
If it is a computer generated image then who made it?
What was it called Bliss ? Who named it?
Who knows?

Thanks for your help on this guys -
Much appreciated!
Who cares?

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David

Programmers write "Help Files" for a reason. use them.

"Due to Viewer dicretion...
Graphic violence is advised"

http://www.HeroicStories.com/
http://www.thisistrue.com/
 
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§kullywag©-

Who cares?
Oh, don't be a poop.

If you blow up a section of the image, you will see it is computer
generated. Though not an expert.......... it looks like it may have
been created using Corel's "Bryce".


§kullywag©-
 
J

Jonathan

I'm curious- how, exactly, can you tell that it's from a CG image? What
sort of things do you look for when you check out the image?

Thanks,

Jonathan Scoles
 
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§kullywag©-

I'm curious- how, exactly, can you tell that it's from a CG image? What
sort of things do you look for when you check out the image?

Thanks,

Jonathan Scoles
Duplicated patterns, and a more "abstract" look the closer you zoom
in.
I've been using "Bryce" for years, and you easily spot a CG vs real.
Close....but no cigar.


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