gp3d : View Garden Planner plans in 3D
The current version of gp3d is version 0.23 last updated November 2017
This tool will translate the
2d Garden Planner plan into a 3d world.
This is an early beta
preview version, so not everything works yet, but it's still
fun to play around with.
This update fixes a bunch of bugs. If previously you tried to open a plan and the plan just got stuck in the loading stage it should now work.
This latest update includes: the ability to select some objects and change their height and in some cases style (eg: the wall texture for a building). Most objects can be seleted and you can change the elevation. However none of this is saved, so its just for playing around with.
Currently in this version:
In future updates:
How to use: in Garden Planner choose to Save a copy of your plan (from the file menu) and choose the option to save to a location on your computer. Save the plan somewhere you will remember (like the desktop) and then open gp3d. Click on the file open button at the bottom of gp3d and browse for your plan.
Your plan will be translated into 3d. However the nature of Garden Planner (and indeed all landscape plans) is that very simple symbols are used to represent plants and trees, so the 3d software has to make the best guess it can about what type of tree or plant should appear in your plan. In future updates there will be options to further customize the 3d version of a tree or plant.
Feedback: please provide some feedback,
it really helps.
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