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Botaniq VS Sequoia | Blender Add-on Comparison [$]

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Christina Myrvold writes:

This week on POLYCOSM we're going to have a look at two very similar add-ons, Botaniq and Sequoia who both handle adding vegetation to your scene using Blender's particle system. If you're stuck on which add-on to get, hopefully this video will help you make up your mind. 😄

Happy Blending!

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Christina Myrvold

Hello! My name is Christina Myrvold, and I am a Norwegian M.A. graduate and seasoned professional Freelance artist based in Glasgow, United Kingdom. I work primarily with 2D cover illustrations, but use Blender as a base for all of my projects. I also run an educational 2D/3D-focused YouTube channel called POLYCOSM with my partner and fellow artist, Omercan Cirit: www.youtube.com/c/POLYCOSM I am open to discuss any projects, big or small. Feel free to contact me with work, or questions, at any time at [email protected]

5 Comments

  1. Botanique has no Southern hemisphere natives (Acacias, Eucalypts, etc.) and as such is completely useless to me. Sequoia has no list of tree species, and as such, is poorly marketed as I cannot tell whether it will be useful to me.

  2. Vegetation has no southern hemisphere options either. It's like the southern hemisphere doesn't exist for these devs. So, for me, Vegetation is useless.

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