Very detailed high poly 3d model of the nine common primrose plants in pots and container.
Detailed enough for your close-up renders.
-- GEOMETRY --
All geometry were made taking into account requirements of CheckMate Pro Sertification.
All objects are real world sized (centimeters).
All of nine plants are unique.
Each plant consists of two separated objects:
1. Flowers, stalks and buds.
There are nine groups with two plant parts, pot and soil surface in each.
Also there is one group for container and its handles.
All groups are grouped in one supergroup.
-- MATERIALS/TEXTURES/FORMATS --
There are three Max2011 files: one with standard mat, second with photoreal V-ray mat and third with full V-ray environment including ground surface, sky, light and camera.
There are nine multisubobject materials for nine different coloured subspecies of primula vulgaris.
All materials and primula models are compatible. So applying nine materials to nine primulas you can create eighty one unique plant.
(8 in V-ray mat /4 in standard mat)641x1259 - leave (natural) textures
(6 in V-ray mat /3 in standard mat)641x1154 - leave (selected) textures
(20 in V-ray mat /9 in standard mat)875x772 - petal t1&t2 textures
(13 in V-ray mat /6 in standard mat)714x566 - petal t3 textures
(13 in V-ray mat /12 in standard mat)600x600 - buds and calyx textures
(3 in V-ray mat /2 in standard mat)300x900 - stalk textures textures
(3 in V-ray mat /2 in standard mat)2272x2272 - tilable soil textures
Standard materials in fbx file.
All necessary textures are in each archive.
-- PRIMROSE SPECIES DESCRIPTION --
Primula vulgaris is a species of flowering plant in the family Primulaceae, native to western and southern Europe, northwest Africa, and southwest Asia. The wild primrose is a staple of cottage garden plantings. Numerous cultivars have been selected for garden planting. They are available in a wide range of colours and with an extended flowering season.
Preview images were rendered with V-Ray adv 2.00.02.
Please, don't miss hiresolution (1600x1600) preview images.