Get XfrogPlants Asia: 180 New 3D Plant Models!

Posted by Xfrog on September 15th, 2011

Xfrog’s newest library of 3D plants and trees offers 180 new models from Asia! XfrogPlants Asia contains a wide array of plants from the varied ecosystems and climates found across the continent. Create stunning coastal swamps with Asiatic Mangroves, Arabian deserts with the Marazi Palm, beautiful dense groves of Golden Bamboo, or rain forests filled with Banyans, Weeping Figs and Ashoka Trees.

Browse the complete XfrogPlants Asia Library

The library includes 20 species, each with nine 3D models of the plant in different ages and sizes for a total of 180 highly detailed, fully textured new models. This set of nine botanically correct ages and variations are modeled by hand, not randomly produced, to give maximum variety for instancing the models across a virtual terrain: essential for recreating the ecosystems of Asia.

Asiatic Mangrove

Asiatic Mangrove

Mazari Palm

Mazari Palm

Golden Bamboo

Golden Bamboo

Banyan

Banyan

Weeping Fig

Weeping Fig

Ashoka Tree

Ashoka Tree

XfrogPlants Asia is available in all popular 3D formats, Maya, Cinema 4D, Max, OBJ, Lightwave, and 3ds Max, and includes 1600 x 1600 Billboards and 1600 x 1600 Perspective Renders, each with alpha, for single polygon opacity mapping, or direct compositing.

Additionally, this library was created with Xfrog 5 for Maya 2011, a first for our libraries. Inside Xfrog 5 for Maya, each plant has Xfrog hierarchical structure, which Xfrog 5 Maya users can edit and animate growth, form, branching, gravitropism, phototropism, and MORE!

Xfrog hierarchy in Maya: RhododendronXfrog hierarchy in Maya: Rhododendron close upXfrog heirarchy in Maya: RhododendronXfrog hierarchy in Maya: FicusXfrog hierarchy in Maya: BambooXfrog heirarchy in Maya: Qunice

View PDF | Buy XfrogPlants Asia Now | Purchase Individual Species:

1 Golden Bamboo Bambusa vulgaris
2 Flame of the Forest Butea monosperma
3 Jaggery Palm Caryota urens
4 Golden Shower Tree Cassia fistula
5 Quince Cydonia oblonga
6 Banyan Ficus bengalensis
7 Weeping Fig Ficus benjamina
8 Rubber Fig Ficus elastica
9 Common Jasmine Jasminum officinale
10 Giant Crape Myrtle Lagerstroemia speciosa
11 Chinaberry Tree Melia azedarach
12 Curry Leaf Tree Murraya koenigii
13 Mazari Palm Nannorrhops ritchiana
14 Persian Ironwood Parrotia persica
15 Silver Date Palm Phoenix sylvestris
16 Asiatic Mangrove Rhizophora mucronata
17 Common Rhododendron Rhododendron ponticum
18 Indian Sandalwood Santalum album
19 Ashoka Tree Saraca indica
20 Tropical Almond Terminalia catappa

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