Update: Laubwerk Plants Kits v1.0.23 adds support for Thea Renderer
Laubwerk Plants Kits Update 1.0.23 brings major improvements for Trimble SketchUp, Autodesk 3ds Max, and Autodesk Maya. And don’t forget, all Laubwerk products are 20% off until February 4, 2017.
Laubwerk Plants Kits allow architects, CG artists, and VFX specialists to insert photorealistic tree models into their 3D scenes quickly and easily, without the usual slow downs due to overly complicated parameters or excess memory usage. Laubwerk accomplishes this goal by giving users just the right amount of variation in their 3D tree models, without overwhelming the user or their computer. Each tree model comes in 3 shapes, with 3 ages, and 4 seasons per shape. Adjustable level of detail settings means that each tree looks great without slow navigation or long rendering times.
Highlights of the Plants Kit 1.0.23 update are:
- Added support Thea for SketchUp for Windows and OS X. Compatible with Skatter for SketchUp
- Laubwerk Player plugin for SketchUp (2014-2017) with many bug fixes, improved RAM usage, performance, and user interface
- 3ds Max: Fixed a major bug that V-Ray distributed rendering failed on slave machines
- Maya: Bug fix for V-Ray high quality materials, improved Skeleton mode, faster rendering
To get the updates, sign in to your Laubwerk Account Page and download a fresh installer of your Plants Kits. Windows users are advised to uninstall previous versions of the Laubwerk Player plugin before running the new installer.
All Laubwerk Products 20% Off – Through Saturday February 4th 2017
Plants Kits 1-10 MSRP: $179.00/each Sale: $143.20/each
SurfaceSPREAD MSRP: $89.00 Sale: $71.20
A selection of both popular and colorful temperate deciduous trees mainly from Northeastern America and East Asia planted in parks, gardens, or streets including excellent specimen trees with wonderful floral display such as the Yoshino cherry, and Voss's laburnum (golden rain tree) or large, broad-ovate leaved trees such as the foxglove tree 'Lilacina', and Southern catalpa or the London plane tree.
Posted by Kim Sternisha