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  • unearthlywatch
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    Thanks Julia, that did help using the frond method as you described and it worked fine. Now I am having problems with the wind in Unity models either not moving at all or being blown flat, while set on calm in the Wind Wizard. But that is another issue.
    Last edited by unearthlywatch; 11-11-2015, 11:09 PM.

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  • Julia Piasecki
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    Hello,
    You are on the right track! You just create a Frond Mesh, then under that nodes Properties -> Geometry Types check Leaf style fronds. If they are squishing you can alter/fix that by changing the contour curve or the width/height under the Frond Tab in that nodes properties. You may also want to see if changing the contour style helps.
    Let me know if this helped!

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  • unearthlywatch
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    Spinefix grasses

    Hi, I have a three pair mesh of planes crossing each other for a spinefix bush/grass. How can I use it in Speedtree? Tried attaching it to a Frond mesh but it is off center and squashed in one axis. Want it to work with wind. Hope someone has an answer.
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