Creating 3d trees for architecture with the sapling Add-on

Blender 3.0: The beginner's guide

My favorite technique to add trees to a scene is with the use of some cut out images applied to planes, which show a realistic image of a tree and will keep the polygon count of the scene low. But, there are a few situations where a cut out image won`t be of much help like an animation. In this case you will mostly go with a 3d tree that will look good for a moving camera. In Blender we can create 3d trees using lots of add-ons and tools, and one of those add-ons is the sapling.

Do you know how to use it? In the video below you will find a quick demonstration of how to use the sapling Add-on to create trees for architectural visualization with Blender.

You can download the Sapling Add-on for Blender here.

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Comments

  • Mark T
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    Really amazing, but can you please re-post the video at a higher resolution? I was playing at max (1080p) and it still was impossible to see what you were doing. There were too many JPG artifacts / pixelization.

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