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Hemlock

Channels

Diffuse (Raw) Diffuse map
Diffuse (Varnished) Diffuse map
Normal Normal map
Bump Bump map
Reflectivity Reflectivity map

Specs

Size 6000px x 8000px (48.0mpx)
Real size 3.0m x 4.0m (12.0m2)
9.8ft x 13.1ft (129.2ft2)
Resolution 51dpi
Seamless vertically

Channels

Diffuse (Raw) Diffuse map
Diffuse (Varnished) Diffuse map
Normal Normal map
Bump Bump map
Reflectivity Reflectivity map

Specs

Size 10000px x 3300px (33.0mpx)
Real size 3.0m x 1.0m (3.0m2)
9.8ft x 3.2ft (32.0ft2)
Resolution 85dpi
Seamless vertically

Channels

Diffuse (Raw) Diffuse map
Diffuse (Varnished) Diffuse map
Normal Normal map
Bump Bump map
Reflectivity Reflectivity map

Specs

Size 15000px x 1800px (27.0mpx)
Real size 3.0m x 0.4m (1.1m2)
9.8ft x 1.2ft (11.6ft2)
Resolution 127dpi
Seamless vertically

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Description

Botanical Name

Tsuga heterophylla Sarg. (Fam. Pinaceae)

Trade Names

Mertens Hemlocktanne, Westamerik. Hemlocktanne, Tsuga de l´Ouest, Alaska pine, British Columbia Hemlock, Prince Albert´s fir, Pacific coast Hemlock

Substitution

Western Red Cedar

Indigenous to

Along the West Coast from South Alaska to North California, across to the States of Oregon and Washington

Characteristics

The sapwood and the heartwood are hardly different, without resin-coloration. The sapwood is narrow, nearly white to yellowish-white, the heartwood is yellow brown to a darker yellowish brown with light tinct of red, its late summer wood varies very little. The Western Hemlock is fine grained, rather light in weight, soft, yet tough and shrinks minimally. It is not weather resistant.

Included Accessories

  • Ready-to-use materials

    Materialmxm
    Maxwell Render™ (3.1+)
  • Ready-to-use materials

    Materialmat
    Corona Renderer™ (for 3ds Max)

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