The hideaway in Vue 3D model

Hidden in the cliff caves, some beaches are caressed by feeble waves of the sea and lit up by subtle rays of sunshine. They provide a perfect hideaway.

Notes: The scene include 1 terrain modeled in GeoControl2 and 1 cave object created with an external software; both was texurized in Vue. The terrain was populated with 6 eco-systems and the cave with 3 eco-systems, all adjusted for this kind of terrain.
The scene was saved with the eco-systems already populated. This will keep the best look and the compatibility by the upper Vue11 versions. The scene is only slightly slower to load, but is very handy just loaded.

To make fully functional this scene, you have to own the followin vegetation plants:
- "Long grass"
- "Spring Hollyhock"
- "Small Grassfield Plant"
- "Alocasia"
- "Tropic"
- "Excellent"
- "Betel Palm Seedling"
- "Dieffenbachia"
- "Monstera"
- "Coconut Tree"
- "Date Palm"
- "Alder - Late Spring"
- "Rural Maple Tree"
- "Yellow Maple Tree"
For the Vue Infinite/xStream users, they are already in bundle.

Attention: you need release 11 of Vue or higher, for versions xStream, Infinite, Complete, Exprit.
This scene is available only in vue format.

Packlist: 1 Vue scene, 1 readme.pdf.
The file zipped is a multi-volume of 3 parts, you have to download all of them to open correctly the file.

You can see others notes on my website:


gryphon-ofh has given the model a positive rating
Such a wonderful environment, and Luigi has done some exceptional work all over again!
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Amazing scene. Renders great and a ton of viewpoints!
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Available formats
  • Vue(.vue) (3 files) -
    Version: 11
    Version: 11
    Version: 11
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More details
  • Publish date2018-03-23
  • Model ID#872359
  • Animated No
  • Rigged No
  • VR / AR / Low-poly No
  • PBR No
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 0
  • Vertices -
  • Textures Yes
  • Materials Yes
  • UV Mapping Yes
  • Unwrapped UVs
  • Plugins used No