Free “Glass Buildings” RailClone Scene

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May 10, 2012 |  by  |  Freebies

Long time blog & challenges sponsor, iToo Software, created a very nice RailClone generated glass buildings 3d urban landscape scene that showcases how you can create full parametric buildings form a set of basic elements. You can download now the RailClone “Glass Buildings” scene, ready to render on 3DS Max 2010 or higher, starting with Forest Pack Lite 3.6, RailClone Lite 1.3 and either VRay or Mental Ray.

Make sure you check the readme file that comes with this scene for the terms of use.

And also their previous free scenes on offer :

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