Larch Tree

Started by dandelO, September 08, 2010, 03:27:15 pm

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dandelO

September 08, 2010, 03:27:15 pm Last Edit: June 25, 2012, 09:20:02 am by dandelO
Here's a nice larch.

Enjoy! :)

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Henry Blewer

Thanks. Now I can remake the Monty Python skit, The Larch.
The tree looks really nice. It will look great on the slopes.
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freelancah

Fine work! Thank you for sharing!


Gannaingh

It's a good looking tree! Thank you for sharing!


Zairyn Arsyn

lol!
Quote from: njeneb on September 08, 2010, 03:57:05 pm
Thanks. Now I can remake the Monty Python skit, The Larch.
The tree looks really nice. It will look great on the slopes.

i was thinking of that same sketch when i saw the title
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schmeerlap

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Thanks, Martin.

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domdib

Thanks for this - and the maple pack too, which I just downloaded.

old_blaggard

The... Larch.

The... Larch.

The... Larch.

Thanks!
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choronr

Thank you Martin ...I'll be using this one soon.

AndyWelder

And it has visible roots! Thank you!
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nethskie

wow another tree! i'll soon be using these :D

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bobbystahr

Quote from: AndyWelder on September 17, 2010, 11:46:57 am
And it has visible roots! Thank you!

the problem I have with "visible" roots is the trees often wind up floating in a 'pop' so if they come to me as an .obj or .3ds, I take them into PoseRay and delete the roots before I do the 'drop to zero' thing, and then save.....the roots disappear and the trees sit on the ground as they should although a tree with roots is way valuable in a single tree closer up situation as roots are key to realisim in close ups.. ...
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