Xfrog components make it easy to build plants, organic shapes or abstract objects. Below you will find a list of the different components and what they can do for you.
All Xfrog components can be animated by varying their parameters: Growth, number of branches, strength of attraction, gravitropism, or phototropism, and each parameter of every Xfrog component can be animated! With this flexibility, Xfrog can animate things like blossoming flowers or trees growing from seed to adult.
For more in depth information on how these component works in each platform, watch these tutorial videos: Xfrog for Maya | Xfrog for C4D | Xfrog 3.5
The Phyllotaxis Object arranges other Objects on an abitrary surface of revolution, according to the rules of nature (golden section).
The Hydra Object arranges Objects in a circular pattern.
The Curvature Object creates Splines which can be used as a basis for naturally curved leafs or twigs.
The Variation Object allows you to use multiply different Objects with Branch, Phyllotaxis and Hydra.
The Tropism Object lets your spline-based objects bend towards an abitrary direction or position.
The Deviation Object is a simple way to add natural detail to your Branches, by deviating a Branch Object at the places where other Branches emerge.
|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 2009(Windows 64)|
|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 2009(Windows)|
|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 2009(Mac)|
|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 2009(Linux 64)|
|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 2009(Linux)|
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|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 2008 (Windows)|
|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 2008 (Mac)|
|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 8.5 (Windows 64)|
|Xfrog 4.3 for Maya 8.5 (Mac)|