Archive for the ‘Customer Renders’ Category

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Making of “Red Riding Hood Modern House”


CG Artist Sérgio Merêces takes us step by step through the making of his amazing Red Riding Hood Modern House render in this feature at CGarchitect.com
Merêces goes over scene set up, modelling, texturing and of course distributing XfrogPlants trees using a multiscatter plug-in.
Read the full article here!…

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XfrogPlants Vol. 1, “Stream” by SandroS


From our upcoming new product, XfrogPlants Vol. 1, containing 1,300 plants, Artist SandroS has created a nice riverside ecosystem in modo. See his original post on the Luxology Forums… for more info.

In the scene I have imported one copy of every model you see, about 22 different models from

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Making of “Catch”: Xfrog 5 & Vue Tutorial


3D artist Angela Hauer… takes us step by step through the process of making “Catch”.

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SandroS – Carapicuiba House


SandroS recently posted these amazing renders of Angelo Bucci and Alvaro Puntoni’s Carapicuiba House….

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Jan Walter Schliep – Bamboo Forest

New render featuring 3D bamboo from the new XfrogPlants ASIA… library!

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Frank Basinski – Southwest

Cacti and succulents from XfrogPlants USA Southwest. Rendered in Terragen 2….

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Jan Walter Schliep – Fenced Garden


New render by Jan Walter Schliep! 3D plants and flowers created with Xfrog for Cinema 4D. Rendered in Cinema 4D.

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INSIGHT’s Chichen Itza


Amazing new renders from our friends at Insight Digital…:
These are work-in-progress archaeological visualizations of the Maya site Chichen Itza.

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P & M Studios: New renders with XfrogPlants




P & M Studios has created several new renders using XfrogPlants Groundcover and XfrogPlants Europe 1 Libraries.
The superb realism has been assisted by adding the photo-realistic XfrogPlants groundover and european trees around the great architectural forms. The realism of the plants helps the whole scene to be believable.
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Yosemite Valley and more

by Martin Huisman
Created with Terragen 2 and XfrogPlants…