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Offline moodflow

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Re: Bush Group
« Reply #15 on: January 29, 2008, 08:37:28 PM »
Thank you Moodflow; I've downloaded the group from Ashundar and are now applying them to a scene ...I really appreciate this!

Sounds great. 

I want to create another more diversified "group" and upload that.  It would be very nice to be able to populate a group itself as an object.
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Offline sonshine777

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Re: Bush Group
« Reply #16 on: January 30, 2008, 05:58:06 PM »
Thank you Moodflow; I've downloaded the group from Ashundar and are now applying them to a scene ...I really appreciate this!

Sounds great. 

I want to create another more diversified "group" and upload that.  It would be very nice to be able to populate a group itself as an object.



If you have a 3D program that handles .obj file you should able to do that. Just import them into one drawing or project and place them how you like then export that file out as a .obj or .3ds and wash it through PoseRay to correct any material issues and you should be good.

Be aware though that until TG2 can place objects at the same angle as the slope, you may have floating bushes on steep terrain.

I really like the bushes they take image textures for the leaves very nicely. :)
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Offline moodflow

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Re: Bush Group
« Reply #17 on: February 01, 2008, 12:52:02 AM »
Thank you Moodflow; I've downloaded the group from Ashundar and are now applying them to a scene ...I really appreciate this!

Sounds great. 

I want to create another more diversified "group" and upload that.  It would be very nice to be able to populate a group itself as an object.


Yea, this is what I was considering doing.  I know about the slope issue, and the only way around it is to make the base of the "object" as small as possible.



If you have a 3D program that handles .obj file you should able to do that. Just import them into one drawing or project and place them how you like then export that file out as a .obj or .3ds and wash it through PoseRay to correct any material issues and you should be good.

Be aware though that until TG2 can place objects at the same angle as the slope, you may have floating bushes on steep terrain.

I really like the bushes they take image textures for the leaves very nicely. :)
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Re: Bush Group
« Reply #18 on: February 01, 2008, 03:57:02 AM »
Moodflow, in a few days I'll have a new render which will include two populations of your plants. They look pretty good so far in contrast with the terrain surfaces of the scene.

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Re: Bush Group
« Reply #19 on: January 04, 2010, 03:58:02 PM »
Link dead, are these still available ? :)
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