pine tree model

Started by fmtoffolo, April 13, 2007, 07:04:17 pm

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fmtoffolo

oh, yeah, a think i uploaded an old version...but i just use the same texture, cause it works for the main trunk, and also for the little branches were texture is not very important....

so just use the same texture for all the "wood" parts of the pine...they look fine
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Harvey Birdman

That's what I did for my first test render. It looks really good.

sonshine777

Very nice pine, What type of pine is it.

dhavalmistry

Quote from: sonshine777 on April 15, 2007, 02:23:18 am
One is the Century plant that I created and used on my image called "The Ark" http://www.terranuts.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=26092&ppuser=2944
it is 12 meg zipped.

The others is a pine tree as seen in my image "Mountain Meadows" http://www.terranuts.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=25958&ppuser=2944
It is 56 meg in the zip format and 32 meg in the .7z format. (the .tgo file is 153 meg)


where is the download link???
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sonshine777

Quote from: dhavalmistry on April 15, 2007, 10:04:10 pm
Quote from: sonshine777 on April 15, 2007, 02:23:18 am
One is the Century plant that I created and used on my image called "The Ark" http://www.terranuts.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=26092&ppuser=2944
it is 12 meg zipped.

The others is a pine tree as seen in my image "Mountain Meadows" http://www.terranuts.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=25958&ppuser=2944
It is 56 meg in the zip format and 32 meg in the .7z format. (the .tgo file is 153 meg)


where is the download link???


I'm looking for a place,  :) the post was a question for old_blaggard as to how big the uploads can be to Ashundar.

dhavalmistry

you can use megaupload or rapidshare

there are lots of other free file hosting services
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Oshyan

We can host pretty much any size file at Ashundar. Upload is restricted for general users but an Administrator can just upload the version you have already provided to our file area and link it to your file post. So go ahead and submit a new file (go to the Files->Objects area and Submit New Page Here at the top), put in a description, and we'll setup the download link before we approve it for public download.

- Oshyan

sonshine777

Quote from: Oshyan on April 16, 2007, 02:30:57 am
We can host pretty much any size file at Ashundar. Upload is restricted for general users but an Administrator can just upload the version you have already provided to our file area and link it to your file post. So go ahead and submit a new file (go to the Files->Objects area and Submit New Page Here at the top), put in a description, and we'll setup the download link before we approve it for public download.

- Oshyan


I will try to get them submitted tonight (if I get the repairs on my Subaru done ;D).

fmtoffolo

i uploaded a new tree
the link is in my blog http://terragenfmtoffolo.blogspot.com

its only 6mb .rar. Its all procedural, so it has no textures. It god for wide shots. i don't recomend it for close ups..
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king_tiger_666

April 17, 2007, 12:49:40 am #25 Last Edit: April 17, 2007, 12:51:44 am by king_tiger_666
someone uploaded the first file to www.illhostit.com for me so i could download it  they host up to 500mb files and quick downloads too:D
http://illhostit.com/files/c7c45367f0ea2b95000c952963c3ba87/pine.rar

works for those who cannot use rapidshare like me ;D ;D ;D ;D
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old_blaggard

Hey guys, sorry about the delay in getting back to you.  I'm really busy right now, but I'll try to work some of the models previously mentioned here over to Ashundar.  As Oshyan said, we can host a lot of stuff, so don't be afraid to share :).
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Boumboum34

Awesome pine tree model!

Some questions:

What program did you use to build the pine tree model? Xfrog?

I've had Xfrog for a while but I've never been able to model a decent conifer with 3d needles like yours.

Care to post a tutorial on how the tree was modeled?

major thanks for the model!