Clover

Started by mr-miley, July 15, 2009, 07:14:15 am

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mr-miley

Hi all. After viewing the most excellent Xfrog Video Tutorial by that maker of all things plant-like, Walli, I thought I'd have a go at making something. Below is the result. Its clover. Both leaves and flowers, all separate so you can mix and match. I have found that dumping them all into the same PF Blend By shader works quite well. There are 9 different leaves. Leaf 1, 2 & 3 all with the same map for the leaves, with an "a" and a "b" version of each that use the "mycloverleaf1.jpg" and "mycloverleaf1trans.jpg" and the "mycloverleaf2.jpg" and "mycloverleaf2trans.jpg" respectively. The different versions (straight, a & b) are with the stems straight, bent one way and bent the other, just to give a little variation. There are 3 flower TGOs too, leaning different directions. The petals are set to white at the moment, just tone it down / change to suit These are all at roughly the correct scale, so you won't need to faff around too much to use them at a real world size.
You can download it from:-
http://www.gintdev.co.uk/mr-miley/Mr%20Mileys%20clover.rar
Please feel free to use and abuse. Wouldn't mind a mention if you do...

Miles
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littlecannon

Excellent mr-miley... thanks very much.
I just need to tweak that texture a bit more...

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Zairyn Arsyn

thanks for sharing this. 8)
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rcallicotte

Thanks Mr. Miley.
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otakar

Thank you! Your TGO page seems to be broken, though.

Tangled-Universe

Thanks!
Clusters of clovers are always nice to have as variation in your dense low grasses.

Cheers,
Martin

mhaze

thankyou - very useful

rcallicotte

Very nice.  Thank you!
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Walli

nice, for sure they will go well together with some grass ppulations!