Red Fern and Bunchberry (Update: Lily Of The Valley)

We’ve got a second set of trees now live on our SpeedTree store, on sale for a limited time. We’ll be releasing a whole crop of new trees over the next few weeks so keep a close eye on our Twitter, Facebook and blog!

All models include tuned wind, LODs, multiple variations and all the leaf map makers to allow you to make variations in our SpeedTree Modeler.  Don’t forget, you get an additional 15% off our entire store with an active subscription (As well as free trees)!

Red Fern- $24.00 $16.00 (Unity, UE4)

(Dryopteris erythrosora) Our dramatically-red take on the autumn fern. Native to east Asia, it grows in the shade in lightly wooded areas of hills and low mountains. In nature, the red will gradually fade to a dark green as the fern matures.

  • Two single and one cluster version in hero resolution
  • Two single and one cluster version in desktop resolution
  • Two single and one cluster version in mobile resolution
  • 12 high-resolution diffuse, normal, and specular maps

Bunch Berry $24.00 $16.00 (Unity, UE4)

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 (Cornus canadensis) This small, herbaceous, and slow-growing shrub generally grows from 4″ to 8″ (10-20 cm) tall. It typically forms a carpet-like mat along the ground.

  • Four berried and four flowered versions in hero resolution
  • Four berried and four flowered versions in desktop resolution
  • Four berried and four flowered versions in mobile resolution
  • 22 high-resolution diffuse, normal, and specular maps

Lily of The Valley $24.00 $16.00 (Unity, UE4)

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 (Convallaria majalis) This small herbaceous perennial can form extensive colonies and grows to a height of 6″ to 12″ (15-30 cm).

  • One single and one cluster version in hero resolution
  • One single and one cluster version in desktop resolution
  • One single and one cluster version in mobile resolution
  • 11 high-resolution diffuse, normal, and specular maps