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|Dynamic Jungle Rainforest
We are proud to present the Dynamic Jungle Rainforest, the perfect environment for all your nature projects, the ideal place for all your human and animal characters, and the first Daz Studio environment that can be easily and quickly customized creating procedural ecosystems.
Based on the RPC Volume 5 Collections, the provided scene presets already give you a dense, lush and flourishing jungle; but you can go even further and create all the ecosystems that you want using our Populator tool! If you like you can even start from the Base scene and make all your way up to creating a brand new jungle environment, placing plant ecosystems with one simple mouse click!
Includes sunny, sunset and night atmospheres, three giant stones and one with ivy growing on the surface, a dead mangrove, ground cover, terrain, water, backdrop and skydome. Add the RPC Volume 5 Collections to allow for densely populated scene's with a wide variety of plants.
Want to make bamboo's patches along the water stream? Mix grass, rododendron bushes and provide a dense ground cover? Have banana plants and giant ferns pop up on the back? Easily done using the Populator tool, try and see! Make sure to watch the movie to see the Populator in action, see what it can do for you:
We spared no efforts doing this set: please take a look at the variety and quality of all the plants and trees. Start with the kapok trees collection, see bamboo's, giant ferns, banana plants and rododendrons; they are incredibly detailed and calibrated for both 3DL and Iray, perfect also for close camera shots.
And we go on with a fantastic and super detailed collection of mangrove trees, which will add awesome detail along the water stream, and the Dicksonia ferns and trees and Pandanus trees to fill the jungle with an awesome variety of vegetation for an incredible total of 33 plants and trees.
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier, which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
[ ] = Optional, depending on target application(s)
Not all installation packages provide files that are displayed to the user within the interface of an application. The packages listed below, do. The application(s), and the location(s) within each application, are shown below.
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