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Create trees, shrubs, grass and flowers on a RGB map that you import and place on a NURBS surface. Instructions come when you run the script Just open up script editor. Make a new python tab, upload the script, and run it. Everything else you need to know comes in the instructions.
Textures you need to implement yourself, but there is a shortcut to the hypershade in the GUI. The map can be discarded after you create the plants (without deleting the plants).
Comments are welcome, please contact me at :
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com (only useable for the next 2-3 years)
The work was seperated equally.
UPDATE : When you attach your RGB color map onto the shader remember it has to be called 'file1'. If it isnt it wont work.