AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Hi Roy,

 

I was wondering if there would be Tropical plants and trees eventually for NXT?  I live in Florida and it is critical for my work. 

 

Also, can anyone recommend any other tree program  (other than Archvision RCP, I have many of those libraries already)

 

Thank you!

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Nothing scheduled at the moment for any tree libs.  Can't really comment on "eventually."

OK.  Thank you!

Hi Marc, evermotion Vol 85 has a large library in MAX format,  but you have to transform this in 3ds file and then assigne all the materials.  Its a hard job but excellent quality, usually  they are huge models. Here you can see some samples.

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wow, very nice.

 

Thank you for the heads up.

 

 

You could try here too or here.

I have a link at home to a bunch of free plants from xfrog. Thsi isn't the link I had, but there are a bunch of free-bees http://xfrog.com/130-free-xfrogplants-now-available/. I know I posted the other link here. George had some luck rendering them.

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