We all feel it – The economy is slowing down. And yet you need the best quality 3d content for your scenes. Therefor we have assembled XfrogPlants VOLUME 1, a large bundle of plants that we have painstakingly assembled for you at a great price point.
XfrogPlants VOLUME 1 is primarily trees native to the United States and Europe. You get over 600 plants from those two regions, and we have also included a wide variety of themes that you probably need for your work – 60 Species of flowers, loads of very accurate Groundcover and Shrubs, everyone's favorite: Tropical Trees, Fruit Trees, even Houseplants, and let's not forget the trees of Japan, and the Mediterranean.
XfrogPlants Volume 1 includes all the plants from these XfrogPlants libraries:
Africa (More) | Autumn (More) | Basic (More) | Blossoming (More)
Bonsai (More) | Europe 1 (More) | Europe 2 (More) | Flowers 1 (More)
Flowers 2 (More) | Fruit (More) | Groundcover (More) | Houseplants (More)
Japan (More) | Mediterranean (More) | Prehistoric (More) | Red Sea (More)
Shrubs (More) | Tropical (More) | USA Conifers (More) | USA East (More)
USA Southwest (More) | USA West (More)
Our plants are created by botanical experts and have a very broad depth of location, season, and very flexible useability, and unlike any of our competitors, each plant has a botanically correct, Young, Medium and Adult, age variation. Some even have blossoming and Autumn season variations. We do this because we know you need to create believable ecosystems: you do not want to stick the same plant in the ground over and over inside your scene.
Also unique to our plants, we have included both high quality perspective renders and billboards for each plant. Each is large, non-compressed TIF with embedded alpha cutout, so you can drag and drop over 1,000 plants into Photoshop for quick comps, use them in compositing, or texture them onto single polygons to add a believable low-poly forest of oaks, grasses, bushes, etc., to your scene. This is how you want life to be – low-poly plants for backgrounds and high-end, high-poly “Hero” plants for foreground elements.
Today we had gorgeous fall weather and the leaves are so colorful. It inspired me to post this two part tree tutorial demonstrating how to animate the growth of a young hazel tree using Xfrog for CINEMA 4D.