My Grasses

  • I know Grass in ENS is rather automatic.. but here are some I made.. I make small changes from project to project but those are nice base.. Specially if somebody starts now..
    I attach some images, My Library of .skm materials.. and .skp 2016 file.. Library was saved in 2021 so not sure if everybody can read it..


    Most materials are Doubled cos Not always I need a render .. most of times we need simple sketchy images in pastel colours.. So I made some materials Which in sKetchup look pastel but quite realistic in render..


    skp

    Grass.zip

    material library 1 2 3 (separated cos of file size limit)

    Grass lib1.zip

    Grass lib2.zip

    Grass lib3.zip

    some images

  • Tomasz Drgas , that's great, thanks a lot for sharing!


    Feel free to also copy what you wrote in a new thread in our dedicated Tips, Tricks & Tutorials section:

    Tips, Tricks & Tutorials


    I'd appreciate that, thanks a lot! :)

  • mykdav In sKetchup You can add any folder with materials.. On right from materials drop down menu click "Add Collection To Favorites..." It will appear on the bottom of drop down menu after separator..

    Just unzip all 3 of "Grass lib" into one folder for convenience.

    Or You Can copy paste from .skp file..

    How to tweak ? hm.. Go to sKetchup material Editor and ENS material editor.. and play around..

  • Demian Gutberlet Is there a way to Copy Paste it? (with all attached files ) Or I should write it again..


    I was thinking about "Tip, Tricks..." thread but I thought it is more general and I was writing about sKetchup..
    Looking at it now,. there is many threads dedicated to specific cads..

  • Demian Gutberlet Is there a way to Copy Paste it? (with all attached files ) Or I should write it again..


    I was thinking about "Tip, Tricks..." thread but I thought it is more general and I was writing about sKetchup..
    Looking at it now,. there is many threads dedicated to specific cads..

    Oh but that is fine, you can just add "SketchUp" in the title and create a new thread in that category as well and copy-paste everything basically (and reupload the attachments briefly). :) I'm sure this is inspiring not to just SketchUp users anyway too. Thanks a lot!