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Poplar, Black


300 cm x 400 cm @ 51 DPI300 cm x 99 cm @ 85 DPI300 cm x 36 cm @ 127 DPI
Size 6000 px x 8000 px (48 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 300 cm x 400 cm = 12 m²
9.8 ft x 13.1 ft = 129.2 ft²
Resolution 20 px/cm
50.8 px/inch (DPI)
Size 10000 px x 3300 px (33 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 300 cm x 99 cm = 3 m²
9.8 ft x 3.2 ft = 32 ft²
Resolution 33.3 px/cm
84.7 px/inch (DPI)
Size 15000 px x 1800 px (27 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 300 cm x 36 cm = 1.1 m²
9.8 ft x 1.2 ft = 11.6 ft²
Resolution 50 px/cm
127 px/inch (DPI)


Botanical Name

Populus nigra L. (Fam. Salicaceae)

Trade Names

Schwarzpappel, Alber, Black poplar, Peuplier noir, Bouliard, Pioppo nero, Albaro, Alamo negro, River birch


Canadian Poplar

Indigenous to

Europe to Siberia, Turkey, North America, India


The trunk is straight grown and affects burrs. The sapwood and the heartwood are faintly different. The sapwood is white to yellowish white, while the heartwood is light brown to brown. The woods widely corresponds in structure and texture the other European Poplar-species, whereas it must be pointed out that on the mentioned burrs cause a spiry direction of grain. On these positions the wood is very knotty. The quantity and size of the pores hardly change within an annual ring, so that spring- and summerwood are not distinguishable. On longitudinal cuts the pores are visible as fine hair splits. The thin soft distinctive late summerwood zones show up as plain or gently striped, which is generally less decorative. Only grained pieces are very decorative.

Included Accessories

  • Material
    Maxwell Render™ (3.1+) mxm
  • Material
    Corona Renderer™ (3ds Max™) mat


  • Free Texture

    Low-res sample (3000px x 360px)

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