I just made this one in Vue and though you might like it.
You find it here!
Ok, this is alos one of the things I’ve been doing and I’ve decided to write something about it. I want to thank Gill Brooks for teaching me how the masks works in Vue and how they can be used very creatively.
I just wanna show you what I’ve got on Renderosity for sale now, for all you Vue users out there.
This is he final post on making moss for Vue EcoSystems for my fence. I really hope it will look good now when I dug deep into it. Today I also will give some look into the material system if Vue which I did promise a whileago.
We will continue delving into the world of moss and EcoSystems in Vue today. It is a huge world of interesting things to explore, and I’m as usual as excited as a kid on christmas when it comes to exploring new things.
I’ve made that Swedish gärdsgård type fence for Vue, and I’ve been playing with different variants and methods to make a good looking but still fast and low resource hungry moss.
Today is the last day of our long session with building low polygon houses for Vue.
Today we will see how well we did.
We’re still making low polygon houses for Vue, and we will continue with our non log house today.
Today we’re still gonna make houses, but no more log houses. Today we’re gonna make some other type of houses with even lower polygon count. Those log houses were around 15k polygons, low but not low enough for massive EcoSystems. They work well of if you set their presence percentage lower, so there will be a few of those, but not thousands.