Plants Kit Freebie

Plants Kit Freebie

Laubwerk GmbH

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Laubwerk Plants Kits are the quick and easy way of adding greenery to your 3D scenes. All Laubwerk Plants in this Kit come in 3 variants, 3 ages and 4 seasons. The Kit is also bundled with our Laubwerk Player for Autodesk® 3ds Max®, 3ds Max Design® 2010-2016, and Maya® 2014-2017 which allows for easy loading and manipulation of all plant models.

 

Field maple (Acer campestre)

A medium-size tree or shrub with a broadly conical or ovoid to round shape.  The dark green, usually five-lobed leaves turn bright yellow and occasionally orange in the fall.

 

Common broom (Cytisus scoparius)

Perennial leguminous and deciduous shrub with whippy rod-like dark green stems. Mid-green leaves are small, alternate and compound with 3 leaflets. In late spring and summer it is covered in profuse small, bright yellow pea flowers. After flowering, it forms black seed pods, which explode when mature forcefully expelling the seeds. Broom was a symbol of the Plantagenet kings from the time of Henry II.

 

Turkish pine (Pinus brutia)

Medium-sized evergreen, coniferous tree with a usually pyramidal to rounded open crown of irregular branches.  Nicely patterened orange-red bark on it's trunk. Leaves (needles) are in pairs, long, slender bright green to slightly yellowish green. Stout and heavy cones are green at first, ripening glossy red-brown when 2 years old. Most important forest tree in the eastern Mediterranean area. Popular ornamental tree, extensively planted in parks and gardens in hot dry areas. The species was early introduced to the Italian province of Calabria (in Roman times: 'Brutia').

 

Red frangipani (Plumeria rubra)

This spreading shrub or small- to medium-size tree has a short trunk and sparse, open crown with many branches. The dark green leaves are simple, large and thick. The flowers are large, attractive and fragrant. Extensively planted throughout the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world.

 

Kentia palm (Howea forsteriana)

Small- to medium-sized, slow-growing palm with an upright crown of gracefully drooping leaves. Showy, mostly upright growing, slender trunk, young stems green but turning gray to light brown with age. Dark green, feather-shaped, drooping fronds, which have a smooth, neat appearance. Small star-shaped flowers borne in pendulous axillary clusters of spikes. Small, ovoid fruits, dull red or maroon when ripe. Grows naturally only on the Lord Howe Island group, in the Tasman sea. One of the most widely used and most popular "house plants“.

Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer).

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About This Version

Version 1.0.21, 9/18/2016
- Improved the translation of specular highlight size and intensity for mental ray/iray - This version now supports Maya 2017 and 2016.5 (Extension 2) for Windows and OS X (Linux download on request) - Selecting a plant in the Laubwerk Browser with a plant node selected now replaces the species in the selected node - Added a search field to the Laubwerk Browser - The path to the plant library is now stored as an option variable - Fixed a bug with the Create Laubwerk Plant command - Fixed a bug with adding a plant from the Laubwerk Browser caused by backslash characters - Fixed a bug with the Laubwerk file->open command - Fixed a bug which by deleting unused nodes dropped all materials that weren't used in the convex hull mode. That had also caused wrong material assignments (only colored green) on trunk and some leaves

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