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  1. Hey guys, I recently did a course for creating realistic plants (botanically correct) in SpeedTree( and soon GrowFX). I thought I'd share some of the final images with you. A little about the scene : Over 120 different species of plants was specially built just for this this scene from scratch, which include moss, grass, flowers, plants, ivies, vines and trees. I ended up using about 30 different species for the scene. I did use both Corona and V-ray to render out images. There are more than 400 billion polygons in the scene via instancing (Using forest pack pro) and over 100 million unique polys. I also did use over 400 textures for the scene ranging from 0.5 k to 4k images. Opacity is used for most leaves. All in all it took less than 8 hours to render the scene on an i7 4 core(8T) with 12GB of memory with over 60 render elements . (There are 2k and 4K renders) Here's a link to the course if anyone is interested : http://shlece.com/product/the-art-of-landscaping-with-speedtree/ I'd appreciate any feedback
  2. Shrubs and Bushes vol.2 has just been released. This collection includes 3D objects of lilac, euonymus, dogrose, pine bushes and blueberry - a total of 30 beautiful plant models. Shrubs like lilac come with detailed blossoms, others like blueberry and dogrose show blossoms or berries. All models are available as Vray for Cinema4D, Cinema4D, Terragen2, Vue and Wavefront OBJ files, textures come as uncompressed tif - more details can be found on the product page: Shrubs and Bushes vol.2 . Pricing: 29.95 Euro (depending on exchange, thats about 38,-US$ I think) At the moment we are also running a little contest: Win a custom plant for YOUR project Just let us now (on Facebook page or via email ) what kind of project you are planning, why you need a custom plant and of course what kind of custom plant you would like to win. After 4th of june we will pick a hopefully lucky winner.
  3. Studio/Institution: interGraphics C&A (Pvt) Ltd. Client: internal Genre: Landscaping Software: 3ds MAX , V-ray Website: http://www.intergraphics.com.pk Description: Landscaping
  4. Studio/Institution: Marco3d Solutions Client: - Genre: Landscaping Software: 3dsMax 2009 , Vray , Photoshop , Adobe illustrator Website: http://www.marco3d.com Description: Hi all, This is my last work. i hope you like it
  5. Studio/Institution: interGraphics Client: Greenwood Genre: Landscaping Software: 3D Studio Max , V-ray Website: http://www.intergraphics.com.pk Description: Greenwood
  6. Dear All, Long time member but my first post - almost 7 years fascinated by 3D!! My workflow is always changing however, finally decided on the solid workflow for garden/landscape visualisation for comment: 1. Vectorworks > 2D survey and 3D modelling. 2. Sketchup > quick drafting of house doors and windows (as accuracy is not required) imported into VW 3. C4D > texturing, planting with 2D billboards and 3D trees / shrubs 4. Photoshop > (clone tool) painting plants for still images. (obviously no good for animations!) A few examples for comment and suggestions. [ATTACH]33666[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]33667[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]33668[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]33669[/ATTACH] Feedback very welcome. Thanks Nick. NDG+ Landscape and Garden Designers
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