XfrogPlants Volume 2 – Now for V-Ray!

Posted by Xfrog on August 10th, 2015
"Spring Blossoms" - Ashish Dani

New From Xfrog

Xfrog is pleased to announce the immediate availability in V-Ray 3.2 format for 3ds Max and V-Ray 3.1 format for Maya, 1,600 high quality plants individually modeled by botanical experts using Xfrog procedural software. These 1,600 models are available as discounted Bundles (XfrogPlants Volume 2 and as part of XfrogPlants Volume Bundle) or you may choose to purchase any of the 9 individual Volume 2 libraries (click any boxcover below to browse each library of 180 models) or, get any of the 180 individual Species you need individually by jumping here.

Free Scene

Download the complete scene for Ashish Dani’s “Spring Blossoms” render, including models and matte painting background elements. This free giveaway scene features Japanese Crab Apple models from our Blossoming Library, enhanced with new shaders for V-Ray 3.2 for 3ds Max and V-Ray 3.1 for Maya.
Free Blossoming Scene
Download the Free Scene today!

Free Samples

And, as with all our products, we offer free downloads from each of the 9 libraries to try before you buy on our Samples Page.

These models work in 3ds Max 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013 and require V-Ray 3.2 or higher or Maya 2016, 2015, and 2014 and require V-Ray 3.1 or higher.

We hope you will enjoy these highly robust plant models and find them useful in your workflow.

Mental Ray / Scanline Users

During this project, we have also rebuilt all Volume 2 3ds Max and Maya files for non-Vray users. This low cost Upgrade includes much more accurate heights, completely reworked textures and shaders for highest quality 3ds Max MR/Scanline renders. 3ds Max 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013 or Maya 2016, 2015, and 2014 or higher are required for these new Maya and 3ds Max models.

Questions

Please contact us with any compatibility or pricing questions: support@xfrog.zendesk.com

Upgrades

If you use XfrogPlants 3ds Max or Maya files currently, and want to get V-Ray, or the latest release of non-Vray (MR/Scanline) please consider our low cost upgrade for Volume 2 or individual Libraries.

Creating a Scene

Ashish Dani has created the “Along the Creek” digimatte (digital photo + 3d computer images) of a Canadian stream and its surrounding trees using the new V-Ray 3.2 XfrogPlants Europe 3 library. Watch the breakdown video below or see an in-depth explanation of the shaders and render passes here.


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Shader Info

Do your renders need better plant Quality? These are no simple V-Ray shader networks. These are highly flexible, robust shader networks, that we have spent months developing. So that you may utilize all the potential and power of the plant models. Nothing makes us happier than to see highend renderings of our plants. Please look below at a sample V-Ray shader network, and you can jump to our support page for detailed explanation of the work we have done.

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Learn about our New V-Ray Shader Network

ADaniTools for 3ds Max

A collection of scripts written by Ashish Dani to help speed up 3ds Max workflow. It gives XfrogPlants V-Ray users, a toolkit of scripts to use with the plants, giving technical directors, programming control over them.

Download ADaniTools.

2 Responses to “XfrogPlants Volume 2 – Now for V-Ray!”

  1. can you please advice me how I download the samples for FREE? Many thanks

    http://www.xfrog.com click on shop then samples

  2. On the samples page (http://xfrog.com/category/samples.html), click “add to cart” for the plants you want – this will bring up the list of of 3d formats available (maya, max, obj, vue etc) or get our Free V-Ray Blossoming Scene. Click ‘add to cart’. For free sample species, you can click on the Species Name or Thumbnail image to see more details and images of the plant. Once you have all the plants you want in your cart, click ‘checkout’ in the upper right hand corner of the screen and go through the checkout process.

    These samples are like any other product in our store, but their price is $0.00, so getting them is like getting anything else, except you don’t need to provide any payment information.

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