XfrogPlants : Flowers 3 Library vol.1 | 2.7 Gb
Flowers 3 vol.1 contains 3D flower models of 10 species from around the world. Each species includes 9 variations of the plant for a total of 90 highly detailed, fully textured 3D models. Use XfrogPlants Flowers 3 to populate your digital gardens and create stunning virtual landscapes.
The concept behind Xfrog is to give the user, powerful building blocks of Nature as modeling tools. Rather than draw, loft, extrude, revolve, the user procedurally defines organic forms using sliders.
XfrogPlants, are 30 libraries of popular plants, (2000+ plant models), and are built by botanical experts who gather real leaves and bark and painstakingly match photographic references to derive 3-9 variations of each Species of plants that they model.
The XfrogPlants are in all popular 3d formats and available as individual models, libraries, and bundles of libraries in our online shop.
In XfrogPlants Flowers 3 Library vol.1 included:
- Antirrhinum sp.
This 3D Snapdragon contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Antirrhinum is a genus of herbaceous plants that grows on rocky and steep soils in the Mediterranean region. It can also be found growing on walls, always in full sunlight. The various species of Antirrhinum (more than 40) can be annual or perennial. Some of them have highly decorative flowers, especially Antirrhinum maius, which is often grown in nurseries for the flower shops. The Latin name of the genus hints at the nose-like shape of the flowers. The English common name is because the petals when pressed with fingers do open and let someone think of dragon jaws. For the same reason, the plant is called Bocca di Leone (Lion’s mouth) in Italian.
- Celosia sp.
This 3D Coxcomb contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Celosia is a small genus of ornamental annual plants. They are of African origin, but now diffused worldwide. They are also food stuff in some places, like Indonesia and India, where they are grown for the edible foliage which, reportedly, tastes somehow like spinach. But mostly they are grown for decorative purpose, due to the brilliant color of the flowers (the scientific name comes from Ancient Greek, where it used to mean â€œburningâ€). They grow very easily everywhere, and for this reason, they have now started to be considered as a farm crop option in those regions of the world where climate prevents most common crops from growing. Coxcombs have also curative properties against intestinal worms and mouth sores.
- Crocus sp.
This 3D Crocus contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Crocus genus is much varied, with a wide range of different species. The name comes from Ancient Greek Krokoswhich means â€œfabric threadâ€; it hints at the long stigmas of the flowers. Crocus is a bulbous geophyte plant. Bulbous geophytes are herbaceous perennial plants which carry the new growth buds underground inside a bulb. The only leaves are basal, i.e. they are generated directly from the bulb. Crocus flowers are much diffused on the hillsides and subalpine meadows of Southern Europe.
- Dahlia dahlia
This 3D Dahlia contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Dahlia is a genus of bushy perennial plants. There are 36 species of Dahlias, some of them are garden cultivars grown for the sale of the flowers. The Aztecs used to cultivate Dahlias for food. Dahlias are the national flowers of Mexico. They were imported to Europe as early as the 17th century, but only started to be mass-cultivated by commercial plant breeders since the 19th century. The name Dahlia comes from the 18th-century Swedish botanist Anders Dahl.
- Gardenia sp.
This 3D Gardenia contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Gardenias were named by Linnaeus after Dr. Alexander Garden, a Scottish-born American naturalist. They are evergreen shrubs, sometimes growing as small trees, which thrive in warm and humid climates, and in bright environments, but not under direct sunlight. They are prized for the beautiful and strongly scented flowers. They are difficult to grow in temperate regions because they require a climate that is similar to their native Tropical environment. In Japan and China the Gardenia jasminoides species is cultivated for production of a yellow die that is used for clothes and food. Gardenia is the national flower of Pakistan.
- Gerbera sp.
This 3D Spider Gerbera contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Gerberas are bushy plants that are diffused all over the world. They are much appreciated for the decorative shape and colors of their flowers. It was named after German naturalist Traugott Gerber, a friend of Linnaeus. They are easy to grow but require a well-drained soil, since they do not tolerate water stagnation. For this reason, they must be watered with moderation. Gerberas tolerate well winter temperatures as long as they are kept in a dry place. Below the 13Â°C temperature, they lose all aerial parts (leaves and flowers), to produce them again when Springtime comes.
- Hibiscus sp.
This 3D Hibiscus contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Hibiscus is a genus of small shrubs that includes over 300species. They are native of the temperate areas of Asia, but today they are diffused all over the world, thanks to their rustic character and ability to grow even in difficult conditions and to survive draught. In native habitats, Hibiscus often grow in large colonies along the river sides, in thickets, or near swamps. During the cold season they lose all their aerial parts, which grow again in the following Springtime. All parts of the Hibiscus are useful for medication purposes, especially for curing the liver. From the dried flowers a hot drink is made, the Karkade. Hibiscus is the national flower of Korea.
- Hydrangea sp.
This 3D Hortensia contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Hydrangea (commonly called Hortensia) is a genus of shrubs and small trees native for most part of Southern and Eastern Asia, but there are also some native American species. They can be either deciduous or evergreen, but the most cultivated species that are used for decoration are deciduous. They flower all year long except in Winter. Usually their flowers are arranged in large round flower heads. In some species the nature of the soil can influence the color of the flowers: on acidic soil, the flowers grow blue; on neutral soil, they grow off-white; and on alkaline soils the flowers turn pink or purple. Hortensias are moderately toxic if eaten, but in Japan and Korea, some species are used to produce a sweet tea.
- Nelumbo sp.
This 3D Lotus contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Nelumbo is a genus of aquatic plants with a large showy flower known as Lotus. There are only two living species in the genus. Lotus are remarkable plants in that they have thermoregulation ability, i.e. they regulate their temperature in order to attract the insects they need for reproduction. When the plant flowers, the blossoms are heated to above30Â°C for as long as four days, even when the air is as cool as 10Â°C. The heat releases an aroma that attracts the insects, that obtain both pollen and a cozy environment to mate and to prepare for flight. Curiously, the closest living genetic relatives to the Lotus plants are the Plane trees!
- Phalaenopsis sp.
This 3D Orchid contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Most Orchids grow in tropical or subtropical areas. Only 15-% of them grows natively in temperate climate areas. The tropical species of Orchids often have fleshy aerial roots equipped with a radical veil that allows them to capture the humidity in the air. Mediterranean Orchids instead are earthly species with underground roots. Although Orchids feature sophisticated strategies to ensure pollination by pronubal insects, their reproduction can happen in both sexual and asexual ways. Orchids can adapt to most environments, except for glaciers and deserts. Several Orchid species are saprophyte (they take nutrients from decaying organisms).
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Version: Flowers 3 Library vol.1
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