camellia The scene contains 3 models height of trees from 1.5 to 2 meters. Fully detailed and textured scene. Originally modelled in 3ds max 2014. Final images rendered with corona. Inside scene: -models -materials -textures
Features: - High quality polygonal model - correctly scaled accurate representation of the original objects. - Model resolutions are optimized for polygon efficiency. - All colors can be easily modified. - Model is fully textured with all materials applied. - All textures and materials are included and mapped in every format. - Max models grouped for easy selection & objects are logically named for ease of scene management. - No part-name confusion when importing several models into a scene. - No cleaning up necessary, just drop your models into the scene and start rendering. - No special plugin needed to open scene. Camellias are evergreen shrubs or small trees up to 20 m (66 ft) tall. Their leaves are alternately arranged, simple, thick, serrated, and usually glossy. Their flowers are usually large and conspicuous, one to 12 cm in diameter, with five to nine petals in naturally occurring species of camellias. The colors of the flowers vary from white through pink colors to red; truly yellow flowers are found only in South China and Vietnam. Camellia flowers throughout the genus are characterized by a dense bouquet of conspicuous yellow stamens, often contrasting with the petal colors. The so-called 'fruit' of camellia plants is a dry capsule, sometimes subdivided in up to five compartments, each compartment containing up to eight seeds.
The various species of camellia plants are generally well-adapted to acidic soils rich in humus, and most species do not grow well on chalky soil or other calcium-rich soils. Most species of camellias also require a large amount of water, either from natural rainfall or from irrigation, and the plants will not tolerate droughts. However, some of the more unusual camellias typically species from karst soils in Vietnam can grow without too much water.