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Elven Village Forest Volume 1 for Vue is a collection of native SolidGrowth plants and trees for Vue 6 or higher. Populate your fantasy scenes with these plants - including some variations on real world plants, plus some original plants that have never existed - such as the Elven Spellpod.
All seven plants originally shipped with Elven Village Volume 1 R2, plus the Elven Spellpod plant, released with the bonus model.
Elven Village is the ethereal home of elves, rich with history and unique architecture, crystal lamps and green dragon skinned roofs.
Elven Village is the ethereal home of elves, rich with history and unique architecture, crystal lamps and green dragon skinned roofs. Elven Forest Volume 1 is a part of the series, specifically for e-on software Vue 6.
This product contains the following models.
A tall flower with a silver stem and variable colored petals. Found in elven managed waterways, such as streams around watermills, lakes and moats.
A variant of the birch tree with white/silver and green leaves. Achieve best results when mixed with regular birch trees.
A tiny, white flower that seems to appear in any natural location where elves dwell for any length of time.
A variant of the birch tree with golden and green leaves. Achieve best results when mixed with regular birch trees.
Elven oaks remain small for a very long time, and feature larger than normal leaves and mossy edged bark.
A brighter, bushier form of grass that elves place into waterways such as watermills, lakes and moats that removes unhealthy polutants and cleans the water. Provides a varied field when mixed with other plants and rocks.
Similar to a real world lilac tree, this is a more bush-like variety that is favored by elves.
Young spellpods look like any other fern, until it shoots up a snake-like stalk with a large, poreous pod on top. Pods do not actually contain spells but provide a magically enriched material that can be used for magical purposes.