CGAxis Models Volume 54 3D Trees V

CGAxis Models Volume 54 3D Trees V

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CGAxis Models Volume 54 3D Trees V

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Collection with 3D trees models

In this collection you can find many kinds of 3d trees in different sizes. It contains 42 highly detailed 3d models.
Each of them is mapped and textured if diffuse, bump or reflect map are used. Others have prepared materials with diffuse color and reflect set properly.
Materials are prepared for 3ds max 2010 or higher (VRay, Mental Ray, Scanline) and Cinema 4D 11 or higher (Advanced Renderer, VRay). You can also download this collection in FBX and OBJ file formats in which models are also mapped.

CGAxis Models Volume 54 3D Trees V is perfect if you are going to make a project of exteriors.

3D Trees included:

• 01 – Elderberry Tree (Sambucus nigra) 2.5m
• 02 – Elderberry Tree (Sambucus nigra) 3.7
• 03 – Elderberry Tree (Sambucus nigra) 3.3m
• 04 – Hackberry Tree (Prunus padus) 3.5m
• 05 – Hackberry Tree (Prunus padus) 4.3m
• 06 – Hackberry Tree (Prunus padus) 2.8m
• 07 – Honey Locust Tree (Gleditsia triacanthos) 11.7m
• 08 – Honey Locust Tree (Gleditsia triacanthos) 10m
• 09 – Honey Locust Tree (Gleditsia triacanthos) 5m
• 10 – Common Hornbeam Tree (Carpinus betulus) 10.7m
• 11 – Common Hornbeam Tree (Carpinus betulus) 4.6m
• 12 – Common Hornbeam Tree (Carpinus betulus) 14.5m
• 13 – Rowan Tree (Sorbus aucuparia) 3m
• 14 – Rowan Tree (Sorbus aucuparia) 7.9m
• 15 – Rowan Tree (Sorbus aucuparia) 6.2m
• 16 – Norway Maple Tree (Acer platanoides) 4.5m
• 17 – Norway Maple Tree (Acer platanoides) 7.8m
• 18 – Norway Maple Tree (Acer platanoides) 6.7m<
• 19 – Common Hazel Tree (Corylus avellana) 3m
• 20 – Common Hazel Tree (Corylus avellana) 4.2m
• 21 – Common Hazel Tree (Corylus avellana) 4.6m
• 22 – Large-leaved Lime Tree (Tilia platyphyllos) 9.8m
• 23 – Large-leaved Lime Tree (Tilia platyphyllos) 5.6m
• 24 – Large-leaved Lime Tree (Tilia platyphyllos) 7.2m
• 25 – Maidenhair Tree (Ginkgo biloba) 10.3m
• 26 – Maidenhair Tree (Ginkgo biloba) 6.3m
• 27 – Maidenhair Tree (Ginkgo biloba) 5.2m
• 28 – Common Walnut Tree (Juglans regia) 3m
• 29 – Common Walnut Tree (Juglans regia) 4.8m
• 30 – Common Walnut Tree (Juglans regia) 5.6m
• 31 – London Plane Tree (Platanus × acerifolia) 13.4m
• 32 – London Plane Tree (Platanus × acerifolia) 8.9m
• 33 – London Plane Tree (Platanus × acerifolia) 5.5m
• 34 – Staghorn Sumac Tree (Rhus typhina) 7.2m
• 35 – Staghorn Sumac Tree (Rhus typhina) 6.9m
• 36 – Staghorn Sumac Tree (Rhus typhina) 7.9m
• 37 – Cigar Tree (Catalpa bignonioides) 11m
• 38 – Cigar Tree (Catalpa bignonioides) 5m
• 39 – Cigar Tree (Catalpa bignonioides) 6.5m
• 40 – Crack Willow Tree (Salix fragilis) 12.8m
• 41 – Crack Willow Tree (Salix fragilis) 7.3m
• 42 – Crack Willow Tree (Salix fragilis) 5.2m

Using VRayMesh files:

1. Load ‘volume54_vray_material_library.mat’ library in material editor.
2. Create VRayProxy object.
3. Browse for the desired VRayMesh from CGAxis Collection Volume 54 and load it.
4. Assign material from the library to VRayProxy – for example: cgaxis_models_54_01 material to cgaxis_models_54_01.vrmesh.

 

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