How do I render a realistic grass in Vray-Sketchup?

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Can someone teach me the step by step procedure on how to render a realistic grass in vray using Sketchup Pro and what file type would it be saved in?

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How do I render a realistic grass in Vray-Sketchup?

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SketchUp Pro is a great alternative if you want to create 3D models in such a short time without the need of studying CAD first and or drawing 3D models. This piece of software allows you to easily create new 3D models or even modify if you have existing ones. This application is great for architects, engineers, interior designers, or even an amateur 3D designer because all tools are already available to create eye-catching 3D models. You can download the latest version, 13.0.3688, from SketchUp Pro or from its official website, SketchUp – is 3D for Everyone | Download.

To try creating a realistic grass yourself, you can download a sample 3D model to start it up from SketchUp – is 3D for Everyone | 3D Warehouse. Like in the video below, a grass will be applied on the ground beneath the sample 3D chair. First, to apply a texture on the ground, in Materials, select Vegetation and then choose your desired grass from the selection. To apply the realistic grass, click on the Sample Paint Tool in Materials. After that, click on the grass on your layout then click Material Editor. Scroll down to Maps and then check both Bump and Displacement boxes. Insert your desired values on both options and then click on the button opposite to Displacement to go to Texture Editor. The process of applying the realistic grass takes time depending the speed and specifications of your machine. Watch the video below, “Rendering A Realistic Grass In Vray-Sketchup”, to fully understand it.

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