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XFrogPlants Collection

Discussion in 'HQ 3D Models' started by esanti, May 5, 2011.

  1. WORMONO

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    thanks esanti you are amazing
     
  3. WORMONO

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    wow u got all i recently saw it i was posting these individually, now i see here is the whole collection. wow esanti great work thanks.:)
     
  4. esanti

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    don´t worry, i fuse. Thanks for upload mirrors!
     
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    Thanks for sharing but the torrent's not there. Waiting.....
     
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    beautiful.. wonderful.
    this is great!! thanks man
     
  7. Kanis

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    Format questions

    I see above that most of these are in the XFrog (.xfr) for mate, with a few that include Maya and 3dsmax.
    Does anyone know if all or most of these are available in Maya and Modo formats? I would prefer to use the models natively in these two applications, unless using the Xfrog plugin/app is better. I don't think they make a Modo plugin/app.

    I'm just getting a hang of the 3D languages so I could be mistaken as to what applications these will work with. If I am I would appreciate any insight you may have.
    Thanks ahead of time for anyone who can help out.
     
  8. Majority

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    .xfr is the xfrog's native file format, .xfr it's better because you have 100% native control over all the plants
    if you want a .obj or other formats from any particular plant just export it from the xfrog editor, simple.
     
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    how to get this into 3ds max , when exported as obj lots of material problem. is there a max plugin for max 2014/2015
     
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    I'm afraid there is not a xfrog plugin for 3dsmax 2014/2015 only for Maya and Cinema 4D
     
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    is there any nice method of getting it in to 3ds max without obj
     
  12. Majority

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    yeah OBJ its really old... I avoid to use OBJ as much as I can
    you can export to FBX file format, since MAYA is from AUTODESK...
    SO: get MAYA » get the xfrog plugin for MAYA » load your xfrog models into Maya » export them to FBX » Open them in 3DS MAX(star)
     
  13. shamanist

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    hi there,
    thanks for sharing this models... I'll use models on 3ds max 2014 design &Vray..
    When I export the obj , some leaf materials disapear... on material editor section I play with opacity degrees but I can't get true solution..
    Can u explain how to use on it? Thanks