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|1stB Grassland Stream
If memory serves: you hop over a brook, jump across a creek, wade through a stream, but to cross a river, one must swim.
1stBastion's Grassland Stream is a full 3D exterior environment for DAZ Studio emulates the mid northern rugged grassland terrain found on all continents and in nature, with optimized material and light settings for both the 3Delight and Iray render engines.
The grassland landscape offer an interesting backdrop for your modern day or fantasy. A scene is perfect for hiking through or camping at, this wilderness offers wide open spaces for all your modern day or fantasy and historical type renders. Set up to add thousands of additional polygons instances at render time, it allows moving around the setup scene and preview with very little overhead. Multiple camera angles are placed around the scene to take advantage of landscape angles and vegetation.
The environment set Includes full scene loads for both Iray and 3 Delight renders. The 3 Delight version includes a physical skydome and lightset as well as placed cameras to get you rendering images quickly. Thousands of instances of vegetation help give density and variety to the scene. The cattails, tall grass, dry grass, rocks, pebbles, boulders, and grass clumps are all individual props and are all included with the scene. The water stream is a volume and can be raised or lowered independently of the terrain.
All promo images are either DAZ Studio Iray or 3Delight renders.
Please note, this scene extensively uses the Daz Studio Instancing system which may require special plugins to work in other applications.
For Daz Studio 4.6+ and beyond, includes separate 3Delight and Iray optimized full scenes as well as an Iray subset.
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.
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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