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TREES TREES TREES TREES TREES TREES

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09-28-2005 03:42 AM
I use the unrendered revit model a lot and I like the graphical quality it gives when you apply shadows to the model. This is all fine apart from the tree's. Can anyone tell me where i can find a decent model tree instead of the stick one's which are for rendering. The tree's in the library are too luminious green and i can't seem to change the colour's or shapes of them.

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Re: TREES TREES TREES TREES TREES TREES

09-28-2005 05:10 AM in reply to: deeRbee
We use dwg imports in our tree families and I think they look pretty good. Take a look at this one and I'm sure you can make some to suit your needs. The trick is to make a base file first with the dwgs set in it, then load that into the main plant family, then it will scale up or down with the tree size you input.
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Re: TREES TREES TREES TREES TREES TREES

09-28-2005 07:41 AM in reply to: deeRbee
Nice one, i like them. Thanks a lot.

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