Creating Components in e-on PlantFactory, Tips & Tricks
Daniel Seebacher shows you how to use the component browser to draw different types of trees with special component brushes. With these brushes, you can add a trunk, leaves, and more. Daniel explains how to create components for your own preset brushes.
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Orthographic Projection Camera in E-on VUE Summer 2019 Release
Recently we posted a VUE tutorial on a new feature, the Orthographic Projection Camera.
With the new VUE Orthographic Projection Camera, users are able to create a 2D projection of a 3D object with isometric and axonometric views that do not use perspective. You’ll see this rendering style in video games. Users can compose game levels and correctly preview the graphics before migrating them into your chosen host application. This video walks you through the new features and how to use them. The video also gives some background on isometric and axonometric views.
e-on Software Enterprise Solution
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Harness the power of procedural environment asset creation and become a digital God. Maximize both your team’s creativity and productivity, while boosting your return on investment and profitability.
Thanks to plethoric interoperability technologies, the Enterprise Solution seamlessly integrates into any production pipeline – for VFX, movie, gaming, and architectural visualization industries.
The Enterprise Solution includes VUE, PlantFactory, 25 RenderNodes (Win/Mac). New content libraries are also added on a regular basis to keep your creative juices flowing.
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Includes VUE and PlantFactory – a solution for professionals and freelancers to enhance their artwork at any point within their workflow.
The Professional Solution includes VUE & PlantFactory.
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Comprises VUE Creator and PlantFactory Creator – an attractive solution for artists to continue creating at a reasonable price.
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