26 décembre 2015

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Welcome to 3D Plant ModelWebsite dedicated to my 3D plants modeling and ultra realistic matt painting.   The 3D plants featured on this websites are designed and modeled by myself, using E-On's The Plant Factory software. All products are presented here are available exclusively on the Cornucopia 3D store at this link: http://www.cornucopia3d.com/brokeredfor.php?artist_store=179 and cannot be sold elsewhere. Special projects may require specific types of trees or vegetation growth. I offer custom design on demand services... [Lire la suite]
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26 décembre 2015

Olea europaea (Olive tree)

OLEA EUROPAEA (olive tree) Olea europaea, the olive tree, is cultivated, since the antiquity all over mediterranean bassin for olive fruit and oil. Since a few years old and gnarled olive trees are very fashionable for garden and urban landscaping. The model we have designed is a typical cultivated olive tree for oil production. Not a wild form. The bundle is made with 2 items : - Olea europaea cultivated HD - Olea europaea cultivated Light Olea europaea cultivated HD is a full polygonal 3D tree.Olea europaea cultivated... [Lire la suite]
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26 décembre 2015

Quercus robur

QUERCUS ROBUR (common oak, english oak) Quercy robur is native from Western Europe, also called english or french oak. It is probably the most common specie in forest from 0 m to 800 m of altitude.Very used for timber trees or park landscaping.This models suite is a real 3d oak machine full of innovations which can generate easily any oak shape, from a gnarled isolated short tree to a tall and long forest tree. The models are sold in a single bundle on Cornucopia store at this adress:... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2015

Grass

GRASS FACTORY Bake low poly, fast rendering and accurate 3D grass with this new PlantFactory engine!Using 3D grass in matt painting for massive population is often difficult. Full polygons models are fast to render but makes very heavy populations almost impossible to manipulate in big quantities. Usual models using large blades with transparency mask are very low poly but most of time very slow to render.For these reasons I tried to find another solution using PlantFactory warpboards system: The Grass Factory Light is born.This... [Lire la suite]
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26 décembre 2015

Adonidi merrillii

ADONIDIA MERRILLII (Christmas palm) Native from Philippines but widely cultivated all over tropics and sub-tropics in parks or avenues. It is a small palm which grow up to 10 meters. Ideal for small spaces. Frequently cultivated in small groups of 3 to 5 palms. The common name Christmas palm is linked to the very decorative red fruits which come to maturity for Christmas. Ultra realistic and full polygonal 3D palm, fast rendering and easy to use. Customizable with 12 published parameters, Age and Health. For more details about... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2015

Agapanthus X praecox (Lily of the Nile)

AGAPANTHUS X PRAECOX (Lily of the Nile) Native from Cap peninsula in South Africa, Agapanthus praecox is a very common rhizomatous plants growing all over the world in sub-tropical and temperate garden. In mediterranean of sub-tropical garden it is an evergreen flowering plant, but in temperate climate it has a behavior of annual : dying in winter and growing again in summer from protected roots in the soil. Bundle of 3 items -  Agapanthus praecox (Blue Lily) HD - Agapanthus praecox (Blue Lily) Light - Agapanthus... [Lire la suite]
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26 décembre 2015

Bougainvillea glabra

BOUGAINVILLEA GLABRA Flowering evergreen plant native from Brazil, well known and used all over tropical and mediterranean world. Climbing form.Bundle made with 2 items : - Bougainvillea HD - Bougainvillea Light The 3D Bougainvillea HD is a full bolygon 3D plant model.The 3D Bougainvillea light is a very low polygon 3D plant model using a 100% warpboard system for leaves and flowers.                        For all items:- Climbing form for flat walls... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2015

Cyrtostachys renda

CYRTOSTACHYS RENDA (Lipstick palm) Native from Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo but widely cultivated all over tropical and equatorial countries, this small palm (around 10 m) grows like a bamboo patch, making hundreds red rockets shooting up into the sky. In cultivation the new shoots are often pruned in order to get a clear group of trunks. You will be able to do the same with the 3D palm model. Ultra realistic and full polygonal 3D palm, fast rendering and easy to use. Customizable with 13 published parameters, Age and... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2015

Dagobah mangrove tree

DAGOBAH MANGROVE TREE This tree is freely inspirated by the dark and dangerous swampy forest of Dagobah planet in Star Wars Episode 5. But the model is enough customizable to build shape very close to Rhizophora genus which can take place in every tropical landscape from earth or other planets. This bundle is made with 4 items : - Dagobah mangrove tree HD: High polygons definition and and sophisticated materials for Vue users. - Dagobah mangrove tree Light: Same as above but with a crown foliage replaced by Billboards. -... [Lire la suite]
26 décembre 2015

Dicksonia antarctica

DICKSONIA ANTARCTICA (Australian tree fern) Dicksonia antarctica is a medium size sub-tropical tree fern native from South Australia and Tasmania, growing up to 10 m in shadow. Dicksonia is a prehistoric genus which appears to the Jurassic at the same time as the genus Cyathea. Dicksonia antarctica is a perfect plant for composing incredible scenes of the dinosaurs time! For purchase and details please go to this page: http://www.cornucopia3d.com/purchase.php?item_id=12996 The following images are exemples of use and... [Lire la suite]