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Does anyone know of a better/cheaper product for photoshop entourage than realworldimagery.com? Their product seems nice to me but, curious if there are more options.
excellent cutouts of trees and people – the the righthand side click on downloads
Great reference. Thanks, RFox! any more options for 2d plan view symbols other than realworldimagery?
actualy i really wondering where i can get the photoshop entourage for free? :p
it would be great if we can share 😀
oh.. i’ve download al product from vyonyx. but there’s no plan tree… 🙁
have any other link?
I get images from the following. Some are free, some come with a price tag but are worth it.
New site, but its all free…so definitely a good source for students
They add about 20 – 30 images a week so they’re growing pretty fast…
I found the website http://www.immediate-entourage.com/ very useful for my capstone, especially when I needed people to populate my renderings.
I render SketchUp trees in plan view with Shaderlight. The same could be done with some of the free SU render engines.
Here are some more links:
Hope this will be helpful!
http://www.digitalcutout.com just partnered with Wishbone Furnishings. 100+ furnishings were added!
Hey Matthew, here is a source (FREE) from time to time they upload new content
http://free-textures.got3d.com/index.html, there are a couple of site here and there that are very similar to this that I had gathered through out my graduate studie, but at the time I do not have the links with me but if you are interested. Soon enough, I will begin to introduce such content through my personal page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/T-R-U-D-Studio/171459969639737) Hope this link adds a couple more to your personal library and keep on building!
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