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Toolbag users can now enjoy an epic assortment of high-quality 360-degree panoramas from Iceland Pano Pack.
Some good news from Marmoset. The company has just released the Iceland Pano Pack – a new pack of 360° HDR panoramas. It’s a great new way to enrich your renders and bring some new stuff into your classical rendering mix.
Experience the breathtaking beauty, isolation and sheer immensity of Iceland’s rugged terrain. Our carefully captured collection of photos includes endless fields of moss and volcanic rock, marvelous mountains, abandoned Westfjord buildings, mesmerizing lakes, gritty Reykjavik alleyways, and more waterfalls than you can shake a stick at!
The pack is actually paid (about $30), but you can play around with some free sample as well. Check out this new stuff here.
Iceland Piano Pack Features
- 30 High Resolution Panoramas
- 32-bit, 8192 x 4096 Source (.hdr)
- Toolbag Sky Light Presets (.tbsky)
- Low Resolution Previews (.jpg)