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2021 PBR Bushmans River Cycad - Encephalartos Altensteinii model

3ds Max 2019  |  Default Scanline
3ds Max 2019  |  Other Fstorm
3ds Max 2019  |  Corona 5
3ds Max 2019  |  Other octane
3ds Max 2019  |  Arnold
3ds Max 2019  |  Redshift 2.6.53
Unity 2020
Maya 2019  |  Redshift
Maya 2019  |  V-Ray
Unreal 4.26
Blender 2.8  |  EEVEE Renderer
Blender 2.8  |  Cycles Render
Other alembic
Other Clarisse
3D Model Specifications
173,431 Polygons
137,040 Vertices
Polygonal Quads/Tris Geometry
UV Mapped
overlapping Unwrapped UVs
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This Xfrog Plants Bushmans River Cycad 3D collection contains six high resolution plants of different ages and seasons, in 16 popular 3d formats.

2021 XfrogPlants - What's New?

Our plants are now better quality than ever, featuring High Resolution Geometry, Season and age variants, and textures of the utmost quality.

These High Resolution PBR Textures have highly advanced shaders, individually created for and approved by the manufacturer of every renderer format (not translated, they are actually handcrafted shader networks specific to each renderer.) This means 2021 Shaders are all inspected and approved by each 3D Software manufacturer. Textures are included in an attached zip.

Vray, Unreal, Unity, Redshift, Corona, Octane, Maya, Max, OBJ, FBX, Arnold, Clarisse, Blender(Cycles and Eevee), FStorm, ForestPack, and more!

Unreal, Unity, Eevee, each include 3 LOD for highspeed results and 2nd layer UVs for highest flexibility and control!

Evergreen Cycad
Origin: Natal (South Africa)
Environment: coastal and river sites, in open shrubland orleaning from steep rocky slopes; closed evergreen forests in valleys
Climate: warm, mild
African names: Oos-Kaapse broodboom (Afrikaans)

Notes:Also known as Eastern Cape Cycad, or Bread Tree Cycad, this species belongsto the Encephalartos genus, whose name, of Greek origin, means “bread in thehead”. This refers to the Hottentots’ practice of burying the pith for two monthsbefore baking it as bread. The burial destroys the toxins in the pith. It is a longlivedspecies, but like the whole genus, it is classified as endangered.
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