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    Grass Pack 01

    Hey Guys,

    I just finished and uploaded my grass pack. Here's a link to the Gumroad page : https://gum.co/nUwfr

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    All the best,
    Wout

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    Looks mighty excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Ritchie View Post
    Looks mighty excellent.
    Thank you, I appreciate that !

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    I just snagged it. Have a couple projects in mind already that been needing decent lawns.
    Earth can't be flat otherwise cats would have pushed everything off the edge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma3rk View Post
    I just snagged it. Have a couple projects in mind already that been needing decent lawns.
    Cool, thank you & good luck with your projects !

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    I'm not getting quite as fluffy a dandy as you so might need to pick your brain a bit on correct mapping for that as an LWO.
    Earth can't be flat otherwise cats would have pushed everything off the edge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma3rk View Post
    I'm not getting quite as fluffy a dandy as you so might need to pick your brain a bit on correct mapping for that as an LWO.
    Oh okay What do you need to know ? Maybe it's easier to chat or zoom/google hangout/discord.. ?

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    Let me do up some sample images & what I'm using & I'll either post here or to you privately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma3rk View Post
    Let me do up some sample images & what I'm using & I'll either post here or to you privately.
    Alridy !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wout View Post
    Alridy !
    And Okee Dokey!

    Figured it might be more beneficial here actually.

    First off, what attracted me was the fluffy dandelion, so of course that's what I had to check out first.

    Here are my notes on the dandelion. As extracted, there is no mtl file so up to user to map. Not really an issue as that's somewhat routine with XFrog items as well.

    The Dande with Fluff is a single mesh, single texture so made the logical assignments (didn't put the Opac map into Clip & left Double Sided OFF for now) & saved the obj as an lwo.

    Sent to Layout, the scaling is a tad off among other things. Dandy looking more like a Chrysanth at the moment, but this is what defaults.

    I use a simple known height figure in my default scene as a scale check. I've been led astray before importing something w/o really checking.

    So here what I normally see when launching Layout & turn on VPR:
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    and just inverting maps wasn't going to do it either:

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    So after making some setting adjusts & clip mapping, got it to look pretty decent, but went back into Modeler to split the Fluff out so I could tame the levels on the leaves & stem separately.

    Up close it's working but not 100% and not at any distance. That's what I need help with.

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    Thanks.
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    Okay, import model:
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    Turn on double sided
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    Add color and opacity( invert)
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    Turn off VPR draft ( that caps ray recursions) and increase ray recursions:
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    Lemme know how that goes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenlaw View Post
    Oh, that's awesome! That's going to be another buy from me.
    Great, thank you !

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    Nice! Just bought it! Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraphXs View Post
    Nice! Just bought it! Thank you!
    Thank you for buying it !
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