3 Free cutout textures with bushes (PNG)
Having a wide range of options to include vegetation in an architectural visualization project is a must-have in any artist library. If you still didn’t invest in something like an Add-on to handle those types of elements, a collection of cutout textures can do the trick. With those textures, it is possible to use the Import Images as Planes of Blender to insert vegetation in a scene quickly.
The challenge here is to acquire those textures. Do you want to download some of them? The guys from AA Textures shared on their Behance profile a free set of three of those textures.
You can grab the files from a Dropbox shared folder. They are in PNG format with a transparent background. According to the author, you can use those textures for commercial projects.
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