Xfrog for Windows offers several components that you can use 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.
The Simple component actually offers much more then you would think on the first sight. You can use it to group several objects, but also to create shapes like cubes, spheres or pyramids.
The Horn component by default creates a horn like shape and is capable of multiplying child objects. During the first video tutorial you will learn about the Horn specific parameters. The second video covers the settings of the Horn Primitive and materials.
The Tree component by default creates a horn like shape and is capable of multiplying child objects, similar to the Horn. But in contrast to the Horn, the parameters of the Tree component have a more natural background.During the first video tutorial you will learn about the Tree specific parameters. The second video explains the basic steps to create a simple tree.
The Leaf component is mostly used to create leaves on trees and bushes or petals of flowers. The video tutorial explains the usage of the Leaf component.
The Revo component creates a surface of revolution that you could use to create fruit for your trees or vases for your flowers.
The Hydra component is a so called multiplier. Child objects are arranged in a circular manner around the center of the Hydra.
The Wreath component is a so called multiplier. Child objects are arranged in a circular manner around the center of the Wreath. Wreath offers some other parameters compared to Hydra
The Phiball component is a so called multiplier. Child objects are arranged on a surface of revolution, by default a sphere.
The Patch component is a deformer. Child objects of the Patch components can be deformed by a cubic grid of points.
The Attractor component is a Free Form Deformer. Child objects of the Attractor component can be deformed by other components with Primitive Type set to Attractor.