This was my first expedition into the area of creating animations with Bryce 3D. Because I was still rendering with the P150 at the time, this images had to be extremely small in order for me to do all 20-25 frames in any decent amount of time. At the time, my method for animation was very unsophisticated. I simply took a screen capture, moved the ball down a hair, rendered, took a capture, moved the ball over a bit, rendered again . . . . Then with GIF Construction Set I arranged all the stills into these three series. The frames for moving the ball back up into the air are the exact same ones that I took on the down slope. Maybe that's considered cheating, but it cut my render times in half (each frame took 30 seconds to render, after arranging it, I think. I was in a hurry.)
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