Realistic Trees Pack (36 Trees)
Pack of 36 Trees for renders, sections and elevations, architectural collages and post digital illustrations. It's time for architects to actually know the height of the trees they use!
We added the average height of each tree in order to help you make a more realistic images by being aware of the actual figure of each tree.
Includes: Oak, Redwood, Maple, Ginko, American Sweetgum, Young Maple, Spruce, Aspen, Pine, Fir, Populus Nigra, Pepper Tree, Ash Tree, Young Ash, Willow, Robina, Young Robina, Sakura Cherry Blossom, Ficus Microcarpa, Fraxinus Griffithii, Acer Maximowiczianum, Shrub, Palm Tree, Chilean Cedar, Foliage Plants, Elm Tree, Leyland Cypress, Italian Cypress, Cypress, Bamboo, Young Hackberry, Red Spruse, Chestnut, Beech, Birch and Zelkova Serrata.
Illustrations by Anais Simaan
File format: High Quality PNG
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ABR (Photoshop Brushes)
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