Pinebushes

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Pixero
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Here are two pine bushes I've made. Needles are curved planes so it will look best in mid to far distance.
Enjoy!
Pinebush_A.jpg
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Thanks Sir! PS whats the modelling application, could you share the source as well:) You made these MOD files with SU correct?, the preview looks better than those of Thea
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Thanks a lot.

Will be very usefull.
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nice, some quick material tweeks and a small test. PS its better to set the translucent channel much darker, its a bit unrealistic now. Its much to bright making it look like a sheet of paper, perhaps best is to take it away completely.

But anyways thanks a lot!!!!
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Thanks Pixero. They look so good in your render. I thought they were photoshoped.
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Very nice! Thanks for sharing...
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Pixero
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@Rombout: For these I used Tree[d], a now free (abandoned) software that is quick and fun to use and exports objs.
Primarily for game low poly trees but you can make pretty decent ones if you work a bit.
Can be hard to find since its gone from the frecle site.
I should be available from the frecle forum with webarchives but give me a PM if you can't find it.
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Thanks!
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I do remember tree[d], I posted a link about this on the jerky thea site years ago. Never really use it nowadays cause I'm on Mac and my virtual windows has some issues. I also have tree sketch 3 on my iPad but never really tried something I most say :)
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Pixero: Thank you for these models and, Rombout, for your advice
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