Skatter - Unlimited
vegetation, right inside SketchUp
Skatter is the smart SketchUp plugin for scattering
SketchUp is normally having a hard time when your scene contains lots of objects
(e.g. trees and vegetation). With Skatter, that's history now!
Populate your scenes with unlimited vegetation with total control
while saving time and never leave SketchUp!
From a small carpet in a living room to large scale forest,
Skatter can help you achieve the final result fast and easy.
Skatter v 1.4.2 for SketchUp 2018 og tidligere -
Render unlimited amounts of objects
When picking the 'Render Only' feature, Skatter sends all the
directly to the render engine, bypassing SketchUp.
In this way, your keep your file lightweight and responsive and you can
still render a huge number of objects.
Skatter's 'Render Only' feature is supported by
V-Ray, Thea, Corona,
Twilight, Raylectron, Indigo and Kerkythea.
To use Skatter with all the other render engines,
you’ll need to uncheck 'Render only'.
Skatter contains a large library of vegetation.
You can create a football field in just 4 clicks.
And you may expect regular free updates with even more awesome content.
You can go back and edit your work at any time.
Every option and parameter is saved,
so there's no need to delete everything and restart from scratch.
Fine control over the scattering process
Scatter objects on surfaces, along curves, or pick individual points in the
Define precise areas where you want to distribute or not the
by using SketchUp curves and objects, or by painting them yourself.
Generate only the objects visible by the camera,
or discard the ones too far away.
Distribute objects randomly, on a grid, or a mix of the two, on vertices, faces,
Use altitude, slope, and collisions parameters to fine tune the distribution.
Use probabilities when scattering multiple types of objects, to define precise
Randomize the objects placement by using random translation, rotation, scale,
To avoid hard cutoffs, you can use falloff parameters with areas, altitude,
slope, camera clipping, to define smooth transitions.