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Europe 3 vol.2 is our most detailed collection of 3D trees yet. This
library of 3D plant models features 10 species from all over Europe at
different ages and varied seasons. Each plant includes 9 variations
for a total of 180 highly detailed, fully textured 3D models. This set
of ages is required for generating ecosystems and gives enough
variation for instancing the models across a virtual terrain. These
stunning tree models use millions of polygons for an unmatched level
of detail.
History
The concept behind Xfrog is to give the user, powerful building
blocks of Nature as modeling tools. Rather than draw, loft, extrude,
revolve, the user procedurally defines organic forms using sliders.
XfrogPlants, are 30 libraries of popular plants, (2000+ plant
models), and are built by botanical experts who gather real leaves and
bark and painstakingly match photographic references to derive 3-9
variations of each Species of plants that they model.
The XfrogPlants are in all popular 3d formats and available as
individual models, libraries, and bundles of libraries in our online
shop.
In XfrogPlants Europe 3 Library vol.2 included:
- Platanus orientalis
This 3D Oriental Planetree contains nine highly detailed, fully
textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Oriental Planetree is the native planetree of Europe. It
is very resistant to pollution and for this reason it was planted in
most city parks and avenues. In the last decades, however, it was
attacked by a disease, and for this reason, a hybrid species (Platanus
x acerifolia), born from the crossover of the Oriental Planetree with
the American Planetree, is almost exclusively planted today. The
venerable existing species of the Oriental Planetree can reach an
impressive size and shape.
- Populus tremula
This 3D European Aspen contains nine highly detailed, fully textured
3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The European Aspen is found on hills and mountains. The name
tremula means �trembling� as a reference to the way the
long-stalked leaves move in the breeze. It�s a sun loving species,
but it also can grow in the partial shade of broadleaf forests. Like
all populus species, it is short-lived, and the timber is of poor
quality and therefore used for packaging and to make matches and
paper.
- Pterocarya fraxinifolia
This 3D Cucasian Wingnut contains nine highly detailed, fully
textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Caucasian Wingnut is a large, attractive tree, often
planted in parks and gardens for decoration. It is especially
appreciated for the speed at which it can reach large dimensions. The
timber is similar to the Walnut(Juglans regia), although not as strong
and resistant.
- Pyracantha coccinea
This 3D Scarlet Firethorn contains nine highly detailed, fully
textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Firethorn is a very decorative shrub native of Southern
Eastern Europe. It tends to grow with irregular shapes but stands
pruning very well and is therefore often used for hedges. It is most
appreciated for the decorative value of it�s flowers and especially
of it�s Autumn fruits, which can be yellow, orange, or green. It
blooms more abundantly if placed in a sunny position.
- Quercus pubescens
This 3D Downy Oak contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Downy Oak is the most diffused Oak in Southern Europe. It
often grows in almost shrubby form, but some exemplars can reach
majestic dimensions. It is a landmark of winter landscapes because of
the leaves. An European legend says that God allowed the devil to have
power over the forests. The forest trees complained and God conceded
them that devil would not have power over them until leaves were on
the trees. The Oak therefore held it�s leaves all winter long, until
the other trees put on the new ones.
- Salix caprea
This 3D Pussy Willow contains nine highly detailed, fully textured
3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The European Pussy Willow (also known as Goat Willow, from
the Latin name) is a very rustic species. It can grow on almost any
soil, even the poorest and sliding ones. For this reason it is often
planted on hill and mountainsides to consolidate the ground and
prevent landslides. It is a pioneer species, colonizing new or
abandoned land. It often grows in mixed broadleaf forests. The timber
is very elastic and therefore used to create basketworks.
- Salix alba var. Vitellina
This 3D Golden Willow contains nine highly detailed, fully textured
3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes:The Golden Willow is a variety of the White Willow that
features intense yellow-orange new growth branches. For this reason,
it is often planted in rows and constantly pollarded, to crop the new
branches every one or two years for the basketwork production. The
pollarding creates a very peculiar shape which has become a landmark
of the European countryside landscape, especially in the Winter, when
the yellow-orange branches stand out above the white snow.
- Sorbus domestica
This 3D Service Tree contains nine highly detailed, fully textured
3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Service Tree is the most common Sorbus species in
Southern Europe. It is found in mixed termophile broadleaf forests,
together with oaks, hornbeams, or other Sorbus species, and with an
understory of Wayfaring tree, Hazel and Dogwood. The Service Tree
grows slowly but it�s long-lived. The fruits are very decorative and
also edible, and used in some tasty recipes.
- Sorbus torminalis
This 3D Wild Service Tree contains nine highly detailed, fully
textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Wild Service Tree is a rustic species, that prefers
acidic deep clay soils, but adapts well also to stony calcareous
soils. It is found on the hillsides or low mountains, at the edges of
broadleaf forests, but also in open scrubs. It is a heliophile species
that thrives in the full sun. It grows slowly but it�s long-lived.
It�s often planted to re-colonize wasted lands, but recently also in
city parks because of the decorative blossoms and fruits.
- Ulmus laevis
This 3D European White Elm contains nine highly detailed, fully
textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The European White Elm is a beautiful Elm Species native of
Central Europe. It grows spontaneously in the plains, where it used to
be the landmark species, but can grow up to 500 m altitude. It thrives
when growing in full sunlight. It loves humid soils, as long as well
drained. It is however a very rustic species, that can adapt to
different soil and temperature conditions. Unfortunately, like other
Ulmus species, the European White Elm is also vulnerable to the deadly
Graphiosis disease.
The library includes XFR files which allow all Xfrog 3.5 owners to
fully edit each and every model as well as 1600 x 1600 Billboards and
1600 x 1600 Perspective Renders, each with alpha, for single polygon
opacity mapping, or direct compositing.
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Name: XfrogPlants Library
Version: Europe 3 vol.2
3D Models: .xfr
Interface: english
OS: Windows XP / Vista / Seven
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