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  1. I spent a lot of time and power helping to develop and test GrowFX 2 - it's a completely new version with Node Based Workflow and new amazing features! GrowFX 2 is a very powerful plugin for modeling and animating plants and offers you unlimited creative freedom. Let me introduce new assets I made especially for showing the CG community new GrowFX 2 features. This is an animated 3d model of Magical Beanstalk from fairy tales. You can randomise it, add growth and wind animation, tweak any parameter such as length, width, thickness, LODs etc. Magical Beanstalk growth along the target spline and you can tweak this spline and even animate it. More details in the presentation and workflow videos I made for you. You can use Magical Beanstalk in your visualizations, advertisements, TV, games and so on. Presentation and workflow process on YouTube Magical Beanstalk presentation: https://youtu.be/fWvuoCNOOs8 Magical Beanstalk workflow: https://youtu.be/f05Q3UzJroI Available on Gumroad: https://gum.co/FiyEm
  2. Presenting realistic 3d models of animated Cocos nucifera or Coconut palm Presentation video 1: https://youtu.be/8MxPxK3vtqg Presentation video 2: https://youtu.be/vz4Pl2w73Uk Workflow video: https://youtu.be/BwGReclvK8A These high-quality 3d models include high-resolution PBR textures, shaders for Corona render, FStorm and V-Ray. It's a fully customizable 3D asset which offers creative freedom! You can tweak or animate any parameter and receive desired Palm's shape and animation. Make your own palms, adjust LODs, height, density, style and so on, tweak wind speed, palm flexibility and even make cycled wind animation! Available on Gumroa: https://gum.co/isvRk 3ds Max 2014+ and the latest version of GrowFX 2 is required. #3dmentor #gfxplants #growfx #3d #animation #palm #cocos #coconut
  3. This is an animated 3d model of Phoenix Canariensis or Canary Island date palm. You can randomise it, add growth and wind animation, tweak any parameter such as length, width, thickness, tweak amount of drought foliage, LODs etc. More details in the presentation and workflow videos I made for you. Presentation and workflow process on YouTube Phoenix Canariensis palm presentation: https://youtu.be/BDA4U3M-J2g Phoenix Canariensis palm workflow: https://youtu.be/-ecaLz52hr4 Available on Gumroad: https://gum.co/PmEUx
  4. Hi! I'm animating a growing plant, partly by using the "Spline Direction" direction modifier for some curvature. This particular modifier is causing me some trouble however. Because of the spline it seems to be completely ignoring the Steps distance and instead adds in topology wherever it seems to calculate it's needed, mostly where and when the path curves. This means that since the curve is animated the topology of the entire path mesh changes throughout the entire animation. The problem with this is that when the branches appear the topology changes underneath them, meaning they jump around a lot as it recalculates the new topology beneath them. Is there a way to normalize the steps when using a Spline Direction modifier so that the topology stays more or less the same? (I attached a video clip where you can see the branch jump, and two pictures with the topology.) Thank you for your help! fgplanta04_growfx_animation_068_issue.mov
  5. Hello Eduard and others ! There is an issue I run in while animating "Cracks". I am using direction modifiers "Noise_dir" to keep it natural (even if the client maybe will prefer straight lines, then the problem would be gone..). If I don't use variable "strength" parameter, then the animation is just fine, but the branches won't start from the "trunk" immediately but randomly offset. If I use variable "strength" parameter with a rising curve, then all branches start from where they should, but animating the tree-crack this parameter seems to scale to the length of the actual branch - so every crack is changing its shape while growing. The same is true for children branches, the start to jitter as the parent branch changes. This would be no problem for a real (timelapse) growing tree or plant, but in my case a grown crack (inside of a rock for instance) can never change its shape. Is anyone aware of a quick solution? I hope I could be clear enough to describe my problem. I attached a test file with a Trunk and four child branches. Inside of B_01 I disabled the "Strength" graph of the Noise_dir modifier, the others have the graph enabled. You can quickly see the issues an differences. I tried to lower "Step" size continously as there are similar issues when the steps are to large. Thanks! andreas 02_Crack_2D.max
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