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HedgeMaker is a fast and powerful, plugin-powered DAZ Studio Script product that enables you to create various kinds of hedges, roads, and any kind of lined-up things. The whole idea is to let you use all those trees, bushes, flowers, and other elements of nature to build hedges or flowerbeds with ease.
The product comes with several scripts, all powered by a plugin engine for speed. The engine both ensures fast GUI and fast operations when building hedges.
HM Set Builder is the tool you use to compose sets of props that you later use in HedgeMaker. Sets can be shared between users as they only contain information about the installed props and not the props themselves.
HedgeMaker is the core script that uses the sets and your imagination to build your hedges, where a hedge is constructed by any props you can think of. Look at the promo images for some ideas of what this product can help you achieve.
HM Mesh Merger is an essential tool that will merge two or more meshes into one mesh that you then can build a hedge on. This tool can also be used with, for example, the UltraScatter product.
The HM Sign Pole is the key to all this. You place several of them into the scene and they will automatically number themselves and the hedge will be build from number 1 to the last one. You can have up to 35 poles in one hedge. HedgeMaker also comes with a set of pebbles, perfect for instancing, and a 25-page pdf manual that will guide you and teach you how it all works.
For great integration with the UltraScenery and UltraScatter products, HedgeMaker can generate a mask image to be used to mask out the location of the hedge.
Don't miss out on this versatile tool that not only adds more realism to your scenes, but it does it in a fast and easy way.
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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