miércoles, 4 de mayo de 2011
New Release! The Swamp Eldar Tree Set
"The Swamp Eldar is one of the true titans of the the forests. The origin of their name is lost in legend: The Eldar are one of the Elven People, literally the Star People. Legend has it that when the Eldar were travelling, heeding the Summons to the Ever Lands by the Valar after the Sundering, they crossed a forest swamp that extended as far as the sharp elven eyes could see. These giant trees reminded The People of their ancient forest cities, and sheltered them during storm and sun during their travel through the jungle. Thus their name..."
Sharian "The Old"
At last, I finished the Eldar Tree Set, the huge trees I made for the Fantasy Faire 2011, Eoxtic Worlds sim. I expanded the set with more...sensible tree variations and a couple of cool extras. I hope you will enjoy it, these are the contents:
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All Contents are Copy/Mod *
*(But the Bonus Tree-Creack Sound Engine Script, that is Copy Only)
Swamp Eldar Tree Pigmy- 43 prims
Swamp Eldar Tree Pigmy, no epiphytes (withouth bracket fungi and vines)- 29 prims
Swamp Eldar Tree young- 46 prims
Swamp Eldar Tree young, no epiphytes-28
Swamp Eldar Tree young adult- 61 prims
Swamp Eldar Tree young, no epiphytes- 41
Swamp Eldar Tree (Solid)*- 132 prims
*There is a surprise on this one, but if I tell it would be no surprise, right?
Swamp Eldar Tree (phantom)**- 119 prims
** Withouth solid base, but with giant bracket fungi and vines.
Swamp Eldar Tree, no epiphyites-96 prims
Bracket Fungi-(1 prim) Sculpted and custom skinned bracket fungi, copy mod, so you can decorate your, well...anything.
BONUS: Bracket Fungi Tree-Creak Sound Engine. This neat little script will add some creacking sounds to your woods, add a couple near the greatest concentration of trees. Use the bracket fungi or just add the script to any prim. This will work great great to enrich the sound atmosphere with other enviromental sound engines.
Note: Yes, I know The Eldar tree is slightly more primy than my usual plants, although it can be very much adapted to your specific needs. I sacrificed on this one prim number for over-all effect. And I am personally well pleased with the results, I hope you are too.
*These last two photographs I found on the web, I dont know their authors and take no credit for them, and use them just for divulgation purposes