You can use any of our Xfrog Plants, or any model you create with Xfrog, inside SketchUp.

One translation issue currently with SketchUp is that when you import u,v transparency mapped textured polygons, their back faces, do not always appear correctly.

As all XfrogPlants use transparency textured mapped real leaves onto polys, this presents a problem inside SketchUp with leaves which are not facing the camera.

This is easily solved easiest by using the free UV Toolkit plugin for SketchUp, or, by opening any purchased XfrogPlants in .3ds or .obj, inside any software, such as Maya, 3ds max, Cinema4D, that can set both sides of leaf poly faces to active. Please view the video to discover the best way for you to get Xfrog content into SketchUp!