Download Skatter Plugin For Sketchup ((TOP))
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Go to Sketchucation. You can download the plugin from here: http://www.sketchucation.com/sketchup_pluginstore/plugin_detail.php?plugin_id=1226 or simply search “Make_Fur” in the store. SKP files are available for download by following the instructions at the end of this post. Be sure to read the release notes as there is sometimes a need to execute the plugin first to make all dependencies available. I have always had success using the zip file and not the installer (which is also available).
Although I have used the Make_Fur plugin a lot, I have found another plugin called Grass that works just as well, this time I was able to import grass blades from another Sketchup model called Posergrass. This came as a freebie for registration of 3D Quality bonus plugins that we have reviewed in a previous post. I would highly recommend registering for the site to get other freebies like this, it is a great place to find models and plugins that are free to use or purchase.
The other reason for using the original Make_Fur plugin is that it includes an option to plant the grass blades into a scene. This may not be necessary for the models that I used in this tutorial, but I have used it to add more realism to my scenes. On the Make_Fur site there are also tutorials on how to create your own grass using Posergrass. Using this plugin to plant you can place grass blades around a scene using a SOP procedure. I recommend you take some time to read the tutorials and get yourself familiar with the plugin. I used this plant and grass tutorial. I will be using this plugin in the next tutorial to create a more realistic back scene for a walled city.
Instructions on converting proxies to Sketchup proxies: https://www.quixel3d.com/support/convert-proxies-sketchup/ You can use this to convert your proxies to Sketchup format if you need to use them in Sketchup. (direct link to convert tool)
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