Scotts Pine Set

Started by cyphyr, September 11, 2008, 06:05:19 pm

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cyphyr

September 11, 2008, 06:05:19 pm Last Edit: September 11, 2008, 07:08:15 pm by cyphyr
Hi gang

I've uploaded 3 Scotts Pine Trees for your rendering pleasure.

Copied from the included readme:

Thankyou for downloading the Scotts Pine set of High Resolution 3D models.

These models are in .tgo format so will only work in Terragen 2. I dont think there are any file converters available at the moment to work in any other format. If you need them in another format please contact me via the terragen forum.

All models are copyright © Richard Fraser 2008 and may not be sold or redistributed in any way. If you wish to link to the file directly please use the link provided on the terragen forum.

You are free to use these models in any personal, commercial or govenment project with out charge. If you create anything that you'd like to share with me I would be very happy to see them used, feedback is always great!

Included in this file:

ReadMe.txt (the doccument your reading

ScottsPine10.tgo
ScottsPine12.tgo
ScottsPine13.tgo

ScottsPineBark.bmp
ScottsPindBarkBump.bmp
ScottsPindNeedles.bmp
ScottsPindNeedlesMask.bmp


Enjoy and happy rendering

Richard

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ps: the heather is not included, maybe I'll make a better version later ;)
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jcinbama

downloading now, thanks cyphyr


AndyWelder

Thanks a mille, cyphyr. Rough pines are what I was looking for for a long time.
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rcallicotte

Cool!! These are magnificent.
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N810

September 12, 2008, 10:59:43 am #5 Last Edit: September 12, 2008, 03:22:03 pm by N810
Thanks for making them  ;D

I will be downloading them tonight...
hopefull I will eventualy have a rendered scene of them to show.  ;)
Hmmm... wonder what this button does....

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buzzzzz1

Thank You very much! I'll have to try and mix these in somewhere.
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Mr_Lamppost

Thanks for sharing these; they are very nice.
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bobbystahr

Quote from: cyphyr on September 11, 2008, 06:05:19 pm


All models are copyright © Richard Fraser 2008 and may not be sold or redistributed in any way. If you wish to link to the file directly please use the link provided on the terragen forum.

You are free to use these models in any personal, commercial or govenment project with out charge. If you create anything that you'd like to share with me I would be very happy to see them used, feedback is always great!

Enjoy and happy rendering

Richard

DOWNLOAD

ps: the heather is not included, maybe I'll make a better version later ;)



Many thanks Richard, these were posted before I came to planetside and found them doing a search today. Lovely looking pines....
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
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luvsmuzik

I have also downloaded, still okay to use? Thanks!

DannyG

These are pretty nice, what were you using to model them at that time. I am guessing Xfrog?

cyphyr

Glaad to see these are still proving useful.
They're are old models but I think they were modelled in Lightwave using a plug-in called treeDesigner.
http://www.treesdesigner.com/
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bobbystahr

Seems I'm pretty good at bringing the past forward...I just love digging around here. Takes some time but every 'dig', to use an archaeological term, yields some gold.....
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
Bobby Stahr, Paracosmologist

bobbystahr

Quote from: cyphyr on January 07, 2018, 04:30:50 am
Glaad to see these are still proving useful.
They're are old models but I think they were modelled in Lightwave using a plug-in called treeDesigner.
http://www.treesdesigner.com/


and for those looking for trees and have lightwave there are 5 samples for download at the treedesigner page. I got the .fbx(converted with DAZ4) and except for the pine which needs a specific needle U/V map, a general U/V map and a varied greens image map does good for the decidious ones as the have nice leaf shape.
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
Bobby Stahr, Paracosmologist