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Free Silver Birch 3D Scan
Free Silver Birch 3D Scan
In the forest near my home are many different kinds of trees. One of the tree types in that forest is the Silver Birch (Betula pendula). Since it’s one of my favorite trees, I wanted to have a high quality model of this tree type.
So after searching for a good looking tree, I grabbed my phone (Oneplus Nord 2T) and started photographing it. The images would later be used for photogrammetry in Meshroom.
And as usual, I made this high quality Silver Birch model, for free. The model is retopologized and has 8K (baked) textures to create a good looking asset.
The low-resolution version of this model, is around 3500 faces. The high detail model (Level 5 in the Multiresolution Modifier) is around 3.5 million faces. You can either use the low-resolution model in combination with the displacement texture, or use the Multiresolution Modifier on a high level to get a highly detailed model.
The Blend file comes without the HDRI (since it’s not CC0 but CC-By). You can download the HDRI for free here. All you need to do is insert it into the World Shader and you’re good to go.
But this Blend file does come with one of my free Tree GOBO’s, so you can see these powerful textures in action.
Free Dust and Hairs Texture Pack
If we wish to make our renders more realistic, we have to create imperfections in our scenes. This is where the Dust and Hairs Texture Pack comes in handy.
Free Tree GOBOs
You can use Tree GOBOs to create interesting shadow effects in your scene, without having to model the trees to create these shadow effects.
Free (Flashlight) Light Cookies
You can use (Flashlight) Light cookies to create interesting light effects in your scene. This can really influence the mood in your scene. So it’s a simple, yet powerful tool.
Free Pinus Sylvestris Bark 3D Scan
I made this high quality Pinus sylvestris bark model for free. The model is retopologized and has 12K (baked) textures to create a good looking asset, even when making extreme close-up renders.