Scatterd Fall Leaves.. Bryce obp & Wavefront Obj

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Added 4 years ago

Some dead leaves scattered around to help make your fall renders more realistic.
I've also included a couple of extra textures.. red & yellow leaves.. … more »



Format: Bryce (.brX, .br5, .obp), OBJ (.obj), Wings 3D (.wings)
Categories: Nature, Plants, Scenes, Shrubs & Bushes, Trees
Usage Rights: Commercial & Personal Use
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Mandle (2 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
Toneee (1 year ago)Inappropriate?
Nice...Cheers!! :)
GrouchoCaesar (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
Reign (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
@ rikkittee . I'm not sure this will work but maybe if you rotate the leaves so they are vertical, you might be able to use them for falling leaves.
rikkittee (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks for this, my Bryce ground looks rather bare in fall & winter, until now that is.
Reign (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
@criss 333.. To make the object files work in Bryce you need to apply the transparency maps in the material lab, then check mark "blend transparency" & click on the first dot beside the Transparency at the bottom of the menu.
cris333 (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
yes indeed Ranger.Thank you very much for feedback and take your time, it's not urgent.Oh , and thank you for your comment on my home planet scene.
RangerJimK (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Cris, technically "coniferous" trees are also known as evergreens and they don't have leaves but needles, which don't drop in the fall. Rather - after many years - you get a sort of ground cover made up of brown needles, and I think that you'd probably do better with a material.

I'll look through my photo/clip art files and see if I can find a good photo to upload.
RangerJimK (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Cris, technically "coniferous" trees are also known as evergreens and they don't have leaves but needles, which don't drop in the fall. Rather - after many years - you get a sort of ground cover made up of brown needles, and I think that you'd probably do better with a material.

I'll look through my photo/clip art files and see if I can find a good photo to upload.
cris333 (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
wow.THANK YOU very much.Highly recommended, everyone should get this.As obp for Bryce is perfect/best, i tried to open obj files in bryce but it renders just some small papers with leaves drawn on them :)
im wondering if you can create scattered fall leaves from coniferous :)
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