11 Free Freshly Scanned Bread Models

It's time for some more free models! This time it's 11 scanned models of bread. As I'm getting better at photogrammetry I decided I'd share some of the objects I've been scanning.

You'll find a range of different buns in the pack, each with its own set of textures containing a 4K diffuse, normal and specular map. All models are in OBJ format ready for import. Why OBJ? This ensures everyone can use these models, regardless of the software they're using. The image above was created with the models in Blender, and rendered with Cycles. I've been having a lot of fun exploring what Blender has to offer. Same for the short promo clip.

You can use the models in any type of work, whether it be personal or commercial. If you do share the models with people, please give them the direct download link. As usual, I'd love to see some of the work done with these, so feel free to share your results.

Download the models on the resources page.

5 Hi-Res Birch Tree Models with Textures

Birch Material ID's

Time for the next tree pack! This time I've created 5 Birch trees for use in your own projects. They also include the textures I made the render with.

All of the textures were shot in a park by me, as I wanted something to give away that I owned. There's a few elements for the seamless bark textures you can experiment with. A displacement map is also included. This is where all the division of Material ID's comes in. For example, you could put a lot of displacement on the tree trunk, but have a separate material for the branches with less or no displacement.

For the leaves you have diffuse, reflection and bump maps for both sides. The diffuse map is also available in 3 different colors for some variation in the leaves.

As with the other packs, and ID list is included to make sense of the material ID's. Everything I share here is free for use & redistribution, as long as you mention my name. Enjoy!

Download the pack from the resources page

5 Hi-Res Free Spruce Trees

This is the second set of trees I'm giving away, it can be found on the new resources page. I've switched to FBX as the format, as I found there was a lot of problems with the OBJ format the previous pack was exported to, which has also been converted to FBX.

The zips now also contains and ID List, which is easier reference than having to refer to the website. Size has also increased considerably, with this zip coming in at 2.2GB. Below is quick render to show the trees.

As always, if you have any suggestions on improving these packs in the future, be sure to let me know in the comments.


10 Free Hi-Res Generic Tree Models

A while back I finally found some time to start learning GrowFX and it's been a lot of fun! I highly recommend looking at it if you're looking to make your own vegetaion for your scenes.

The models I've been making with lately are starting to shape up quite nicely. As I'm still just experimenting I decided to share some of my creations. The first of these is a pack of 10 "generic" trees. They haven't been modeled after any particular species, but if you need quickly some models to populate your scene these could work out for you.

The render below was made with the tree pack and Grass Generator, using textures found at All the trees are in OBJ format, no textures are included. The pack is about 1.2 GB to download.


As you can see from the screenshot to the left, all of the models include roots. The Material ID's and UV are also prepared for easy texturing.

Material ID's 1 through 5 are for the roots, trunk, branches and twigs, ID's 6 through 8 are for the leaves.