FlyingArchitecture Plants Kit set for V-Ray 3.6

FlyingArchitecture Plants Kit set for V-Ray 3.6

FlyingArchitecture Plants Kit vol. 1 was converted to Rhinoceros and V-Ray 3.6, and it's available now in our store.

FlyingArchitecture Plants Kit set for V-Ray 3.6

What's included:

- 3D model of short grass (various blade shapes and lengths)

- 3D model of tall grass (various blade shapes and lengths)

- 3D model of dandelion leaves

- 3D model of various random Leaves

- Photographed high resolution textures

FlyingArchitecture Plants Kit set for V-Ray 3.6

FlyingArchitecture Plants Kit set for V-Ray 3.6

Visit the product page and get the product now - if You purchased this model previously, just refresh the page and re-download it for free for V-Ray 3.6!

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