EVERYPlant Coastal Redwood 4 --13 Models--

EVERYPlant Coastal Redwood 4 --13 Models-- 3D model

Name: Coastal Redwood

Scientific: Sequoia sempervirens

This Variation: 4 of 4. This is a High Poly model. A Low Poly version is also available.

Notes: An evergreen, long-lived (1,800+ years) tree. It is the tallest living tree on Earth, reaching in excess of 115m, taller than the Giant Redwood. These trees are also among the oldest living things. It is one of the most valuable species in the lumber industry. Fossil records show that it was once much more extensively distributed. This tree occupies a narrow strip of land approximately 750 km in length along the Pacific coast of North America; the most southerly grove is in Monterey County, California, and the most northerly groves are in extreme southwestern Oregon. It is found growing in coastal mountainous regions where precipitation from the incoming moisture off the ocean helps water it. The tallest and oldest trees are found in deep valleys and gullies, where year-round streams can flow and fog drip is regular.

Included in this Package: 13 models in total

  1. Standard -- 539,534 polygons, 695,698 vertices -- 68.69m tall. Green, fully mature and in good health. Useable in most scenes.
  2. Thriving -- 588,392 polygons, 764,344 vertices -- 68.69m tall. Peak health.
  3. Unhealthy -- 353,102 polygons, 441,491 vertices -- 68.69m tall. Relatively poor state with much of its foliage missing or diseased.
  4. Dying -- 211,276 polygons, 253,906 vertices -- 68.74m tall. Just hanging onto life and showing only unhealthy and diseased foliage.
  5. Dead -- 138,144 polygons, 163,308 vertices -- 68.24m tall. Showing only bare and broken branches and dead foliage.
  6. Stump -- 51,841 polygons, 61,899 vertices -- 17.89m tall. A dead tree with its trunk broken.
  7. Uprooted -- 175,735 polygons, 209,466 vertices -- 17.03m tall. Dead tree fallen onto its side.
  8. Ancient -- 814,273 polygons, 1,003,265 vertices -- 89.63m tall. Very old tree, larger and considerably gnarled.
  9. Young -- 207,624 polygons, 286,598 vertices -- 48.82m tall. Smaller, some half way through its maturing cycle.
  10. Immature -- 14,457 polygons, 19,065 vertices -- 17.06m tall. Very small and young.
  11. Sapling -- 1,118 polygons, 1,446 vertices -- 3.12m tall. Recently sprouted, may not have any leaves.
  12. Lower Poly -- 165,334 polygons, 249,171 vertices -- 68.43m tall. Standard model with fewer polys to save system resources. Intended for mid or distant renders.
  13. Higher Poly -- 1,243,960 polygons, 1,532,326 vertices -- 68.69m tall. Standard model with more polys for greater detail. Intended for close-up renders.

Re-meshing and any reasonable modification available upon request. No charge to existing customers of the product.

The textures included are mainly 4k (4096x4096); additional texture sizes of medium 2k, small 1k, and tiny <1k textures can also be downloaded. Separated alpha maps can be download as well.

EVERYPlant has a mission ... which is to model every plant species in the world (plus some extinct, fantasy and sci-fi variations as well)! Okay, maybe not every plant, perhaps just the identifiably different species which have at least a common name!

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EVERYPlant Coastal Redwood 4 --13 Models--
$16.00
 
Royalty Free License 
EVERYPlant Coastal Redwood 4 --13 Models--
$16.00
 
Royalty Free License 
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
Native
  • Blender (.blend)399 MB
Exchange
  • Textures Small 1K72.6 MBVersion: Small 1KVersion: Tiny Less 1KVersion: Alpha MapsVersion: Medium 2K
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)338 MB
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)426 MB
  • Collada (.dae)400 MB
  • glTF (.gltf, .glb)1.33 GB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2022-09-27
  • Model ID#4014457
  • Animated
  • Rigged
  • VR / AR / Low-poly
  • PBR
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 539,534
  • Vertices 695,698
  • Textures
  • Materials
  • UV Mapping
  • Unwrapped UVs Overlapping
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