Rabbit Hearted Girl
Rabbit Hearted Girl
typette:

so earlier today I found a program called PlantStudio which is abandonware from a small studio in 1999. It’s no longer updated, but it runs perfectly fine on modern machines. It allows you to generate flowers! Essentially, you provide a bunch of parameters like number of petals, how the leaves arrange themselves, the shape of the leaves or petals, and other things (you can mess with them later) and generate a pretty flower in 3D. They’re not spectacular renderings, mostly they’re on the level of Google Sketchup- but as you can see, they’re very pretty! You can “randomize” them so they look a little different, and make a boquet of roses, or a bunch of wildflowers, or ivy, or dandelions, whatever you like. When you first open it up, you go “Plant>Create New”, which will walk you through a wizard where you just answer some questions. You can later enter the very detailed specifications for the flower and change them later. Above are examples of what you can do if you just shoop it a little bit :P 
You can also go to their website, and download preset plant files, for real-life flowers if you like, and generate some of those. You put all these generated flowers into your main window, arrange/rotate them, and there you go!
It’s free to use, provided you register with the free name/PIN they provide you with. 
Download it here. Register it here. Lots of cool flower presets here. And a quick over-view here.
enjoy :B
typette:

so earlier today I found a program called PlantStudio which is abandonware from a small studio in 1999. It’s no longer updated, but it runs perfectly fine on modern machines. It allows you to generate flowers! Essentially, you provide a bunch of parameters like number of petals, how the leaves arrange themselves, the shape of the leaves or petals, and other things (you can mess with them later) and generate a pretty flower in 3D. They’re not spectacular renderings, mostly they’re on the level of Google Sketchup- but as you can see, they’re very pretty! You can “randomize” them so they look a little different, and make a boquet of roses, or a bunch of wildflowers, or ivy, or dandelions, whatever you like. When you first open it up, you go “Plant>Create New”, which will walk you through a wizard where you just answer some questions. You can later enter the very detailed specifications for the flower and change them later. Above are examples of what you can do if you just shoop it a little bit :P 
You can also go to their website, and download preset plant files, for real-life flowers if you like, and generate some of those. You put all these generated flowers into your main window, arrange/rotate them, and there you go!
It’s free to use, provided you register with the free name/PIN they provide you with. 
Download it here. Register it here. Lots of cool flower presets here. And a quick over-view here.
enjoy :B
typette:

so earlier today I found a program called PlantStudio which is abandonware from a small studio in 1999. It’s no longer updated, but it runs perfectly fine on modern machines. It allows you to generate flowers! Essentially, you provide a bunch of parameters like number of petals, how the leaves arrange themselves, the shape of the leaves or petals, and other things (you can mess with them later) and generate a pretty flower in 3D. They’re not spectacular renderings, mostly they’re on the level of Google Sketchup- but as you can see, they’re very pretty! You can “randomize” them so they look a little different, and make a boquet of roses, or a bunch of wildflowers, or ivy, or dandelions, whatever you like. When you first open it up, you go “Plant>Create New”, which will walk you through a wizard where you just answer some questions. You can later enter the very detailed specifications for the flower and change them later. Above are examples of what you can do if you just shoop it a little bit :P 
You can also go to their website, and download preset plant files, for real-life flowers if you like, and generate some of those. You put all these generated flowers into your main window, arrange/rotate them, and there you go!
It’s free to use, provided you register with the free name/PIN they provide you with. 
Download it here. Register it here. Lots of cool flower presets here. And a quick over-view here.
enjoy :B

typette:

so earlier today I found a program called PlantStudio which is abandonware from a small studio in 1999. It’s no longer updated, but it runs perfectly fine on modern machines. It allows you to generate flowers! Essentially, you provide a bunch of parameters like number of petals, how the leaves arrange themselves, the shape of the leaves or petals, and other things (you can mess with them later) and generate a pretty flower in 3D. They’re not spectacular renderings, mostly they’re on the level of Google Sketchup- but as you can see, they’re very pretty! You can “randomize” them so they look a little different, and make a boquet of roses, or a bunch of wildflowers, or ivy, or dandelions, whatever you like. When you first open it up, you go “Plant>Create New”, which will walk you through a wizard where you just answer some questions. You can later enter the very detailed specifications for the flower and change them later. Above are examples of what you can do if you just shoop it a little bit :P 

You can also go to their website, and download preset plant files, for real-life flowers if you like, and generate some of those. You put all these generated flowers into your main window, arrange/rotate them, and there you go!

It’s free to use, provided you register with the free name/PIN they provide you with. 

Download it here. Register it here. Lots of cool flower presets here. And a quick over-view here.

enjoy :B

soods:

i draw naegi whenever i’m feeling down
soods:

i draw naegi whenever i’m feeling down

soods:

i draw naegi whenever i’m feeling down

donovanluver1965:

*blows kiss up to the sky (for the aliens)*

me: is that sonic music
brother: yes
me: but we dont even own any sonic games
brother: so

where does this guy even buy his clothes jeez

questiun:

Send me your name and I’ll make you a mini playlist that start with those letters

Ask me Animal Crossing Questions
1: Why did you name your character and town the way you did?
2: Who is your favorite current villager?
3: Who is your least favorite current villager?
4: If you could pick any villager to move in, who would it be and why?
5: If you could date one special character, who would it be?
6: Who or what truly runs your town?
7: Which K.K. Slider song do you like the most?
8: What is your least favorite K.K. slider song?
9: If you were a villager, what type of villager (species and personality) would you be?
10: When and why did you start playing animal crossing?
11: What is your nickname in the game?
12: What is a random fact about your town?
13: Do you time travel?
14: If you could introduce one new villager species to the series, what would it be?
15: Favorite island tour?
16: How much time do you spend playing new leaf on average each day?
17: When is your character's birthday?
18: What is your favorite flower in the game?
19: What town project is your favorite?
20: What town project do you hate the most?
21: If you could add something to the game, what would it be?
22: How would you describe your main character in three words?
23: Have you ever done something you are a shamed of or regret in this game?
24: What hobby do you like the most, bug hunting, fishing, or diving?
25: Do you have any special characters that you dislike? If so, explain.
26: What furniture series do you like the most?
27: What furniture series do you like the least?
28: What would Tom Nook be willing to do for bells?
29: Could Isabelle rule the world?
30: Who do you think was supposed to be mayor instead of you?
31: What is your favorite thing about the game?
32: What is your least favorite thing about the game?
33: Ever had a villager you loved move out on you?
34: Who is the ugliest villager that you ever had or have?
35: What do you want the most in this game right now?