|3ds Max 9||Default Scanline|
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|Unwrapped UVs:||Yes, non-overlapping|
May 14, 2009
|Low detail, useful for instancing and filling a scene. Attractive even using the plain textured versions.|
Oct 16, 2009
|the texture coordinates for the 3ds and the obj files do not fit as shown in the sample pics.|
Dec 11, 2009
|Nice for christmas scenes. Works fine, good textures.|
Jun 21, 2013
|The trees worked and looked fantastic for my winter project! I think I had to make adjustments for my ease of use but in the end, wonderful low resolution trees that look great. Thank you|
Very light 4 models of snow trees.
- Tree A - 2.513
- Tree B - 2.572
- Tree C - 2.287
- Tree D - 3.122
Light but good looking models, that was our intent.
The 'max' version has complex SSS material of snow like
in all our winter scenes. In this case there are textures
mixed with SSS material. No plugin needed.
The 'obj' and '3ds' models has no materials of course, however, textures works correctly. All look the same like in 'max', there is not SSS materials and this is the one difference. But you can create it in your application and mapped on textures using included maps.
Models has jointed objects, pivot of model set to 0,0,0 (so you
can easily scale and place those in the scene). But to give you
more edit possiblity there are bonus objects - elements to
creating own variation of snow trees. In 'max' and exported version as well, included in separately files (obj/3ds) or scene (max).
If you want to check those models 'in action' download preview
video below of complex christmas scene (available also, check rest of our products)
If you look more cartoon style snow trees with accurate snow material (SSS) check our other products.
PS. Refering to 'jun06' comment, I dont know what you talking about because exported/imported versions has properly mapped textures coordinates as show above :)