Last week Toolfarm posted the Laubwerk Plants Kit freebies from the 3D Plant Kit Trial bundle, which includes 36 variations per species. All plants come in 3 variants, 3 ages, and 4 seasons that support several host applications, including Maxon Cinema 4D, Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max, and Houdini.
System requirements for Laubwerks Plants Kit
- Autodesk 3ds Max or 3ds Max Design (2010-2017), MAXON Cinema 4D (R12-16, Mac & Win), Autodesk Maya (2014-2017), or Houdini (13-14).
- Materials for V-Ray, iray, mental ray, Maya Software, Arnold, Maxwell Render, OctaneRender
- Additionally, Python (on Windows) for customers to build their own importers into applications compatible applications compatible with Python 2.2, 2.7, 3.3, or 3.4.
- A computer that is capable of running your version(s) of 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, or Houdini.
Download the Lauberks Plants Kit
Download the Plants Kit Freebie (select your supported 3D host in the pulldown menu)
If you like the free plants, you’ll absolutely love the full Plants Kits! Check out the full Laubwerk Plants Kits.
What is included in the Plant Kit Freebie
Field maple – Acer campestre
A medium-size tree or shrub with a broadly conical or ovoid to round shape. The dark green, usually five-lobed leaves turn bright yellow and occasionally orange in the fall. The tree is widely grown as an ornamental tree in parks and large gardens and as gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.
Common broom – Cytisus scoparius
Perennial leguminous and deciduous shrub with whippy rod-like dark green stems. Mid-green leaves are small, alternate and compound with 3 leaflets. In late spring and summer, it is covered in profuse small, bright yellow pea flowers. After flowering, it forms black seed pods, which explode when mature forcefully expelling the seeds. Broom was a symbol of the Plantagenet kings from the time of Henry II.
Kentia palm – Howea forsteriana (NEW!)
Small to medium-sized, slow-growing palm with an upright crown of gracefully drooping leaves. Showy, mostly upright growing, slender trunk, young stems green but turning gray t light brown with age. Dark green, feather-shaped, drooping fronds, which have a smooth, neat appearance. Small star-shaped flowers borne in pendulous axillary clusters of spikes. Small, ovoid fruits, dull red or maroon when ripe, Grows naturally only on the Lord Howe Island group, in the Tasman sea. One of the most widely used and most popular “house plants“.
Turkish pine – Pinus brutia
Medium-sized evergreen, coniferous tree with a usually pyramidal to a rounded open crown of irregular branches. Nicely patterned orange-red bark on its trunk. Leaves (needles) are in pairs, long, slender bright green to slightly yellowish green. Stout and heavy cones are green at first, ripening glossy red-brown when 2 years old. Most important forest tree in the eastern Mediterranean area. Popular ornamental tree, extensively planted in parks and gardens in hot dry areas. The species was early introduced to the Italian province of Calabria (in Roman times: ‘Brutia’).
Frangipani – Plumeria rubra
This spreading shrub or small tree has a short trunk and sparse, open crown with many branches. The dark green leaves are simple, large and thick. The flowers are large, attractive and fragrant. Extensively planted throughout the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. Ideal tree for small gardens and roof gardens. Genus named after French botanist Charles Plumier, who explored New World tropics.