XFrog is another one of those programs I bought several years ago and never really explored. Just like The Plant Factory a couple of years later, which now seems almost identical! Anyway here’s a rather abstract plant created from the first XFrog tutorial I’ve tried. I’m hoping to be able to use it to edit the thousands of XFrog trees I now have to create variations for my scenes, instead of relying on rotating and scaling to give a different look.

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