Temperate Deciduous Trees – 10 broadleaf tree species of Laubwerk Plants in 3 variants, 3 ages and 4 seasons each, for architects and CG artists working in 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, or Houdini (360 different tree shapes in total). A variety of Renderers are natively supported, such as Cinema 4D Advanced Render, V-Ray, Corona Renderer, Thea Render, Octane Render and mental ray.
A diverse selection of street trees (e.g. Norway maple, silver linden), as well as the impressively large English oak, the fashionable silver birch and the lovely weeping willow, great for water promenades and margins.
-Autodesk 3ds Max or 3ds Max Design (2010-2016), MAXON Cinema 4D (R12-17 Mac & Win), Sidefx Houdini (13-14)
-Additionally, Python (on Windows) for customers to build their own importers into applications compatible applications compatible with Python 2.2, 2.7, 3.3, or 3.4.
-A computer that is capable of running your version(s) of 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, or Houdini.
-10MB of hard disk space and additional space for the Laubwerk Plants models.
What will you get after purchase?
You will receive a Coupon Code from us, enabling you to download this package from the Laubwerk-Website for free. The complete file size is a bit less than 1 GB. To download you have to register at the Laubwerk Website. This will allow you to download and update this product directly from the manufacturers website whenever necessary. The purchased license is an ‘Per Artist’ license. Additional render nodes are free of charge!
These trees are included:
Medium-size to occasionally large tree distinguished by larger leaves with pointed triangular (as opposed to blunt) lobes and the presence of one or more teeth on all of the lobes. The tree tends to leaf out earlier than most maples and holds its leaves somewhat longer in autumn. A popular street tree in North America following Dutch elm disease.
A large tree with a broad and round crown. The leaves have five lobes with toothed edges. They are dark green in color with a whitish underside that is often marked with black spots or patches. A popular city tree do to it’s tolerance of urban pollution.
Tall tree with a domed crown of stout branches and leaves that are opposite and palmately compound. This species turns a strong yellow or brownish yellow in autumn. The leaf scars left on twigs after the leaves have fallen have a distinctive horseshoe shape, complete with seven “nails.”
Aesculus x carnea
Medium-size tree with a round crown of dense foliage and bright red flowers. Palmate leaves are a dark and shiny green that turn yellow or green in autumn. The tree is an artificial hybrid with an unknown origin, but it probably first appeared in Germany before 1820. It is a popular tree in parks and streets.
Medium-sized deciduous tree with a crown of arched branches and drooping branchlets. Light green triangular leaves with somewhat fragrant shoots change to medium-green before becoming bright yellow in October. Visually valued for its white bark with black diamond-shaped patches.
Medium-size tree that starts in a slender conical shape with leader before developing an ovoid crown. This slow to medium/fast-growing species has leaves similar to maple leaves, but alternate. Has a distinctive foliage of fresh green to medium-green with an intense autumn palette the includes fiery violet-brown and crimson-red to orange and yellow in many hues.
A large deciduous tree with the circumference of a grand oak. The tree has a wide-spreading crown of rugged branches. The leaves are obovate to elliptical, late shoots, with medium green color and golden green or yellow-brown autumn colors. Retains foliage partially through winter.
Salix alba ‘Tristis’
Impressive, medium-size, fast-growing decorative tree. The crown is curved irregularly wide and the long thin branches hang limply down. The bark is light gray-brown. The “weeping” branches are bright yellow in spring and light yellow in summer, holding large leaves.
Small to medium-sized deciduous tree with smooth silvery grey bark in young trees that becomes scaly pale grey-brown and occasionally fissured on old trees. The shoots are green and variably hairy at first, becoming grey-brown and hairless. The buds are a conspicuous purple-brown and often densely hairy. The leaves are pinnate, with a coarsely serrated margin, variable hairiness and a dull medium-green color, with bluish hues underneath.The autumn colors are strong-yellow-orange or brick-red.
An impressive, large tree. The crown starts broadly conical or ovoid before becoming round. The main branches are stiffly upright, hardly overhanging, with diagonally rising or horizontal twigs. The leaves are broadly cordate and asymmetrical. Shoots are whitish grey, then dull green on top, with white tomentose underneath. The leaves remain green well into autumn before becoming pale yellow in November.