Lasse Rode’s did a remarkable job at 3d recreating Villa Tugendhat, a house designed by master modernist architect Mies van der Rohe. Today he responds to the many requests for sharing more insight about his work on this scene, which was done as a personal project over a period of few weeks to test color-mapping and GrowFX tree creation among other things. In this article he focuses on the exterior part of his work.
Exlevel announced today the creation of a free GrowFX 3D Plants library, as well as 30% special discount on GrowFX purchase for Christmas and New Year holidays. The new library offers pre-made trees and other types of plants in GrowFX 1.8.0 format… so now you can load these trees as presets if you like and keep on designing your own trees based on that, instead of just doing it all from scratch!
Bertrand Benoit posted on the forums a masterful recreation of a house designed by David Jameson Architects – the Graticule House (see the original Graticule House it in the inspiration section). Intended as a scene to test GrowFX trees (all of them are) and as a place to showcase Bertrand’s many great furniture models. Funny how he mentions “…I could never get it quite finished…”. I wish I can “never finish” projects this way!
Lasse Rode form studio xoio posted on the forums, one of the most amazing 3d recreations of a house designed by master modernist architect Mies van der Rohe Villa Tugendhat. Done as a personal project over the past few weeks to test color-mapping and GrowFX tree creation among other things, this is not something you want to miss out.
Lasse, from studio xoio is sharing their experience working with Exlevels GrowFX plugin for 3ds Max as a tool for creating custom 3d Foliage models. This article will offer you an introduction of GrowFX so that you can better understand the concept of using it and set you on the right path for creating your own growth 3d models.