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Lonely Places - terrain materials for vue d esprit

Lonely Places Is a set of thirty landscape materials which will instantly transform your hills, mountains, and meadows into realistic looking terrain. This set of materials for Vue D Esprit 6 is a “must have” addition to your Vue texture library. It fills the need for more distant landscape textures ready made for Vue users who do not want to spend time making their own in Vue's powerful, but sometimes complicated material editor. All of the materials in this pack will create that realistic look without the long render times that adding ecosystems and high definition texture maps to background terrains often do. They come in a range of environments from wintry mountains, moorlands, lush pastures and fields, to desert and barren landscapes, thus insuring that there is something here to suit all of your landscape rendering needs!

Ideal as a backdrop for your imported characters, and set to be altitude and slope influenced so snow, rock, and grass all appear at the appropriate altitude and gradient, setting up a scene couldn’t be easier and can now be done in just a few clicks! These materials look great from the ground as well as from the air, and make wonderful landscapes when “Vued” from dragon back, or from your own two feet!

Uisng these materials could not be easier, just create a terrain object and then apply the material. you can scale the materials to make them look further away too~!

Many ofthe materials in this pack will also look good in the foreground , especially if used as a base for an ecosystem. Some also make great rock textures…. so play around with the materials and see what you can do with them….

The daz installer should put all of the files for lonley places in to the correct library folders in the vue library. However if you wish to install theses manualy you can run the installer to install to a desk top folder then move the files to your vue library using the following criterial:
To install the items in this product you must open the zip file that contains them. There are two ways of doing this :

If there are specified file paths for the content :
More often than not you will see that there are file paths specified for the various items in the zip file. If this is the case then all you have to do is to select extract, make sure that use file paths is ticked in the bottom right hand corner of the select screen, then choose your vue library using the search tools in the main part of the scene.
The files will extract automatically to your vue library and can be found there.

If there are no file paths specified in the zip file (which on rare occasions there won’t be!) you will need to extract :
.vob files to the folder of your choice in the objects folder of your vue library,.
.veg files to the folder of your choice inside the plants folder in your vue library.
.mat files to the folder of your choice inside the materials folder in your vue library.
.atm files to the folder of your choice inside the atmospheres folder in your vue library. Important note : Do not omit installation of any of the vob objects as if the are not installed they wont appear in the eco systems,\\\\