1 Different 3D models in the scene
Celtis australis, the European nettle tree, Mediterranean hackberry, lote tree, or honeyberry, is a deciduous tree native to Southern Europe, North Africa, and Asia Minor. The tree was introduced to England in 1796.
The tree can grow to 25 m in height, though 10 m is more common in cooler climates. The bark is smooth and grey, almost elephantine.
The alternate leaves are narrow and sharp-toothed, rugose above and tomentose below, 5??15 cm long and dark gray/green throughout the year, fading to a pale yellow before falling in autumn.
1- Materials is archive (material library)
– Corona mtl + Vray mtl + Standard mtl
2-Polys: 791k + Verts: 1339k
3- 4K texture + 4K material
4- JPEG (texture), MAX + OBJ + MTL + FBX 2012 + Blender 2.9 + Maya 2018
5- 3dmodels: MAX+OBJ + FBX 2012 + Blender 2.9 + Maya 2018
6- Corona render + Vray render (Renderer Engine-MAX + FBX)
– Scanline render (Renderer Engine-MAX + OBJ)
7- Models has unwrapped overlapping and
maps supported traditional 3ds Max texturing.
– To use the max file you need to use at 3dsmax 2015
– Units: Millimeter
– Clean Topology (quad mesh)
– You Can Add Turbo Smooth
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