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By request from a fellow city builder, jesper107, on Simtropolis, I present to you a Scots Pine tree.

This is the first variation. There will be more in the future with more gnarly branches and bigger crowns.
It is not easy making pine trees for this game, I hope I pulled this one off.

STATS:
2002 tris
1024 texture map.
1.4-1.7 high. A taller tree than most.

I strongly suggest getting Boformer's Random Tree Rotation mod so the trees are not all facing the same way in view
LINK:  http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=556784825

Please rate if you like it. Thank you and enjoy!

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