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Ivy Generator: How to create ivy with Blender

By Filippo Veniero
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Fxswan on Sat, 12 December 2015 1:29pm
As a beginner to Blender this was a nice time saver. TY. But I could not see how to do the following you mention in your tutorial: Maximum Time: The time to run the ivy generation, very useful to prevent the computer from freezing (a long Ivy could use more than 3 million vertices). Size Setting: In this tab we have the maximum ivy length settings in Blender units (1 blend unit = 1 meter) – the length of the ivy segments, maximum length of a branch without sticking to an object and how a branch will feel the effects of adhesion. Weight Setting: Here, we can detail how the ivy will grow (how much growth is influenced by the force of gravity, adhesion to the object, primary direction along z axis or random direction). Don't forget that ivy will grow towards the selected object. Branch Setting: Here, there are 2 fields: the first is the probability to create a new branch and the second is the size. The last tab is for the leaves settings: the size and probability of a leaf forming. How do I make these adjustments? Also, I see that Ivy Gen can run stand alone but I can't seem to get it to work as you have on the import button: OBJ+MTL. How do I use it in stand alone mode? TY again, nice generator
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Tom Harvey on Tue, 25 February 2014 1:03pm
Hi Filippo, I like your tutorial, but I seem to be missing a step. I can apply leaf image texture and mask to one of the leaf faces and it looks fine in render. However, all of the other leaves have the textures off-center. My question is: How do I use
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Stefano Cirilli on Wed, 25 December 2013 11:30am
Hi Filippo, excellent tutorial, but #TopTip2, it doesn't work or better i can't see the leaves in render, only the small planes on the branch. Thanks at all, anyway.
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Arn on Tue, 12 November 2013 6:32am
Excellent, merci Fillipo !
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