Bush Group

Started by moodflow, January 26, 2008, 01:15:29 am

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moodflow

Hi All,

Here are the bushes I used in the image seen in this post:  http://forums.planetside.co.uk/index.php?topic=3253.0

You'll need to reset the "sit on terrain" and "planet" connections, but the foliage colors and variation should be intact.

Let me know if you run into any problems.

http://www.moodflow.com/bushgroup1.zip

The file is 64 MB or so, so if anyone wants to download and host it, feel free to do so (as I have it sitting on my server for now).
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dhavalmistry

a big thank you for this....are these from dryad??...if so will I be able to figure out how to add textures to these bushes...or you did something before that in some other application??...
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old_blaggard

Thanks for sharing, Moodflow - I'll put these up on Ashundar and credit them to you tomorrow :).
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moodflow

Quote from: old_blaggard on January 26, 2008, 02:16:22 am
Thanks for sharing, Moodflow - I'll put these up on Ashundar and credit them to you tomorrow :).


Many thanks Old Blaggard.

@Dhaval:  yes, these are from Dryad.  I opened them with poseray, then saved them with poseray (nothing else was done to them), then opened in TG2 as .obj file, then saved as .tgo.  Then I tweaked the shaders, and resaved as .tgo for each.

Then I built a distribution mask, and created the group.  The mask (which is a power fractal) can be randomized.  Or an image map can be used for more control.
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Cyber-Angel

Question,

If you don't have poseray could you open and save them in Blender if some one where doing this for them selves? Was it just a format conversion you did in poseray and if so what format where the models in when you saved them in Dryad before conversion to .obj files?   

Regards to you.

Cyber-Angel

Costaud

Poseray is a free program ;) btw I have some faceted problems with Blender exported obj models :(

dhavalmistry

Quote from: moodflow on January 26, 2008, 09:26:49 am
@Dhaval:  yes, these are from Dryad.  I opened them with poseray, then saved them with poseray (nothing else was done to them), then opened in TG2 as .obj file, then saved as .tgo.  Then I tweaked the shaders, and resaved as .tgo for each.

Then I built a distribution mask, and created the group.  The mask (which is a power fractal) can be randomized.  Or an image map can be used for more control.


thanx for explanation....I will try it out!
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moodflow

Quote from: Cyber-Angel on January 26, 2008, 09:34:33 am
Question,

If you don't have poseray could you open and save them in Blender if some one where doing this for them selves? Was it just a format conversion you did in poseray and if so what format where the models in when you saved them in Dryad before conversion to .obj files?   

Regards to you.

Cyber-Angel


Hi Cyber-Angel,

The files start out as .obj files from Dryad, and stay .obj until I save them as .tgo in TG2.   8)

The ONLY reason I use Poseray is so the .obj files play better with TG2.  Poseray seems to bring .obj (or even other 3d format) files to a stable level.
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Cyber-Angel

Thanks moodflow that makes things clearer for me.

Regards to you.

Cyber-Angel 

bobbystahr

Many thanks moodflow...these are a stellar contribution...great work...great attitude.. ...
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moodflow

Quote from: bobbystahr on January 27, 2008, 08:14:41 pm
Many thanks moodflow...these are a stellar contribution...great work...great attitude.. ...


No problem Bobbystahr.
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old_blaggard

Uploaded to Ashundar, by the way :).
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rcallicotte

Thanks Moodflow.  Will be very handy having such realistic foliage.
So this is Disney World.  Can we live here?

choronr

Thank you Moodflow; I've downloaded the group from Ashundar and are now applying them to a scene ...I really appreciate this!

moodflow

Quote from: calico on January 28, 2008, 10:20:30 am
Thanks Moodflow.  Will be very handy having such realistic foliage.


No prob Calico.  Can't wait to see what you come up with.
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