Low-Poly Nature Pack

  • May 23, 2017
  • 1,059 Downloads
  • 24 Likes
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: Blendonaut
  • License: CC-0
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Description:

Hi, this Low-Poly Nature Pack includes some

Stuff i made last Week, its fast (some would say "dirty") modeled but you can get good results by mixing them wich i did. Inside my Nature Pack: 22 kinds of trees (6or7 of them are "dead" trees) 6 kinds of flowers 5 kinds of "long" Grass 9 kinds of mushrooms (one of them is glowing :D) 10 kinds of Stones/Rocks 6 x Animals - 3xDeer,2xRabbit,1xFox (the animals are veeeeery basic - so please dont look close up smiling) 1 x wooden Bridge 2 x (semi-damaged) Perchs

All Trees (and only the trees) are available as a mixture of Material and applied Wireframe-Modifiers at the 2. Layer. - in my oppinion these looks quite better than the normal ones. But's up to you.. thinking.. aah i made a Material-Cube - thats what i do everytime i work on something - its like a Material-Depot (in this case just Diffuse Materials of course). Contains: 13x Leave-Colors /Materials 12x Trunk-Colors /Materials The major Plane includes the the full particle-setting - accurate named + the option to test the wireframed Trees. Maybe you can use this package, or even add something new to it. Have Fun and let me know if you could use some of the stuff.

Comments:

  • Anixsson profile picture
    Anixsson

    Model, concept, material everything matches! Nice work! ;)

    Written May 24, 2017
  • Blendonaut profile picture
    Blendonaut

    Thanks a lot :)

    Written May 24, 2017
  • ttrc profile picture
    ttrc

    Nice work. I like it. Very Impressive. I am new to blender. Thanks for this.

    Written February 01, 2018
  • blenderaxel profile picture
    blenderaxel

    love it

    Written December 18, 2018
  • CGround profile picture
    CGround

    that so like a game graphic man! I like it

    Written November 19, 2019
  • BunniesForPeace profile picture
    BunniesForPeace

    This is excellent!

    Written August 21, 2020