This plant available in collection. Product ID: 569594
In archive you'll find item number 16: 016_convallaria.
Triangular Polys: 3536
016_convallaria.jpg -diffuse texture 1024x1024
016_convallaria-n.jpg -normal bump 1024x1024
016_convallaria-o.jpg -opacity 1024x1024
016_convallaria-s.jpg -specular 1024x1024
Please, download Render Studio in Accompanying Product Files section.
In the studio.zip you'll find:
studio_sky.hdr -HDRI spherical environment texture
studio.jpg -diffuse texture for ground in studio
studio_grass.jpg -diffuse texture for grass
studio-n.jpg -normal texture for ground
You can use 016_convallaria.max by merging it to your scene or use studio.max for rendering with Vray.
It is would be nice if you show me where you use my models.
3ds Max 2008
V-ray DEMO 1.5 SP1
Some info from the internet:
C. majalis is a herbaceous perennial plant that forms extensive colonies by spreading underground stems called rhizomes. New upright shoots are formed at the ends of stolons in summer, these upright dormant stems are often called pips. These grow in the spring into new leafy shoots that still remain connected to the other shoots under ground, often forming extensive colonies. The stems grow to 15-30 cm tall, with one or two leaves 10-25 cm long, flowering stems have two leaves and a raceme of 5-15 flowers on the stem apex. The flowers are white tepals (rarely pink), bell-shaped, 5-10 mm diameter, and sweetly scented; flowering is in late spring, in mild winters in the Northern Hemispher it is in early March. The fruit is a small orange-red berry 5-7 mm diameter that contains a few large whitish to brownish colored seeds that dry to a clear translucent round bead 1 to 3 mm wide. Plants are self-sterile, and colonies of one clone do not set seed.