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Are they plants? I love plants and Thea can handle them. Still, relatively low poly please. :P
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notareal wrote:At the moment there is no repository where users could post they models... so use forum. If the model is too large to be attached to a post then, maybe contact to dev[at]thearender.com for arrangement.

Thank you. I have trees and grass and miscellaneous objects i created.
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Here is a very simple scene. I created a plane and deformed it. I created a rock, and a small patch of grass. I then used Thea's instancing to populate. It would look better with dof and a few other tweaks.

Here is a biased render.

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I include the scene and materials, just in case. This again is very simple, but free to use however you wish.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9197201/GrassScene.zip
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thanks dallas ;)
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Ok here is something i did in C4D with Xfrog. I then used Thea as the render and saved the scene as a Thea file. So, I will include the scene with bitmaps for the flower. Do I need to upload the 3ds file too or is the scene ok by it self for you to do what you want with it?

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Thanks DallasRT, I downloaded and looked and obtained ideas from your first scene. It's a big thing from you to share this all with us.

I like a lot your avatar, is a render? looks like being one made by you, and a great one, show us a bigger version :)
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Hikaru wrote:Thanks DallasRT, I downloaded and looked and obtained ideas from your first scene. It's a big thing from you to share this all with us.

I like a lot your avatar, is a render? looks like being one made by you, and a great one, show us a bigger version :)

Will do. :D
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Here is my second set of flowers that I freely donate for you all to use.

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http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9197201/Flowers01.scn.thea

If it is missing anything let me know.
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Great models DalasRT 8-)
BTW there's no textures with the last flowers
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nigec wrote:Great models DalasRT 8-)
BTW there's no textures with the last flowers
Here you go...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9197201/Chrysanthemum.zip

For some reason, Theas forum file loader is not working for me.
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