22 04 2018

Cartoon nature collection

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Simple, beautiful and useful

If you want to make a low-poly game, it can be definitely a good candidate for your manual plant selection.
There are ready prefabs which they look cute and can be used simply.
There are plenty of Bushes, Trees, Palm trees, Rocks, Cactuses,
Flower buckets and potted plants.
there are a separate textures folders which you might use it also in a different form.

Bushes and ferns ........................ are about ............... 7-8 objects. (prefabs)
Rocks .............................................. are about ............... 16 objects (prefabs)
Trees..................................................are about ............... 25-30 objects (prefabs)
Palm trees ...................................... are about ............... 15 objects (prefabs)
potted plants......... ........................ are about ............... 5 objects (prefabs)

The color modes are like cartoon assets and seems easy and cute to the eyes.
I like playing with it.

There is also an example scene.

It has a sample scene which wasn`t as I expected, just maybe the simplest form of showing all the stuff in one place, but not an eye-catching version.
it`s readme file is kinda empty and you can simply skip it.

In an overall conclusion I was making a game which I preferred the cartoon graphics and this can be an excellent match for it,
Can`t say it`s the best option for anyone though.
It does not have auto-generating plant system like Gaia but it is well enough if you want to play with your scenes and design it manually.
It can help you a lot in this manner.

Thanks for bringing the asset here so we had a chance to look at it.
I think the developers worth the price to be payed.


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If you want to make a low-poly game, it can be definitely a good candidate for your manual plant selection.
There are ready prefabs which they look cute and can be used simply.
There are plenty of Bushes, Trees, Palm trees, Rocks, Cactuses,
Flower buckets and potted plants.
there are a separate textures folders which you might use i
If you want to make a low-poly game, it can be definitely a good candidate for your manual plant selection.
There are ready prefabs which they look cute and can be used simply.
There are plenty of Bushes, Trees, Palm trees, Rocks, Cactuses,
Flower buckets and potted plants.
there are a separate textures folders which you might use it also in a different form.

Bushes and ferns ........................ are about ............... 7-8 objects. (prefabs)
Rocks .............................................. are about ............... 16 objects (prefabs)
Trees..................................................are about ............... 25-30 objects (prefabs)
Palm trees ...................................... are about ............... 15 objects (prefabs)
potted plants......... ........................ are about ............... 5 objects (prefabs)

The color modes are like cartoon assets and seems easy and cute to the eyes.
I like playing with it.

There is also an example scene.

It has a sample scene which wasn`t as I expected, just maybe the simplest form of showing all the stuff in one place, but not an eye-catching version.
it`s readme file is kinda empty and you can simply skip it.

In an overall conclusion I was making a game which I preferred the cartoon graphics and this can be an excellent match for it,
Can`t say it`s the best option for anyone though.
It does not have auto-generating plant system like Gaia but it is well enough if you want to play with your scenes and design it manually.
It can help you a lot in this manner.

Thanks for bringing the asset here so we had a chance to look at it.
I think the developers worth the price to be payed.
Simple, beautiful and useful
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