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 Meshes are very useful when dealing with leaves or fronds. Just making a [[toolcutout_editor|Cutout]] around your material'​s opacity channel can make leaves render more optimally. Even when you use a mesh, each leaf can be [[leaf_mesh_generator#​deformation|deformed]] individually,​ so your leaves won't all look the same. Meshes can also be used to make fruit, flowers, buds, thorns, or any sort of small piece of a tree. Meshes are very useful when dealing with leaves or fronds. Just making a [[toolcutout_editor|Cutout]] around your material'​s opacity channel can make leaves render more optimally. Even when you use a mesh, each leaf can be [[leaf_mesh_generator#​deformation|deformed]] individually,​ so your leaves won't all look the same. Meshes can also be used to make fruit, flowers, buds, thorns, or any sort of small piece of a tree.
  
-When doing low-poly modeling, [[atclusters|Cluster]] materials with cutout meshes may in fact make up the bulk of your tree, especially when using [[kcmesh_anchors|Mesh Anchors]] to place the children. Bushes may be made entirely in this fashion, with no actual branches.+When doing low-poly modeling, [[atclusters|Cluster]] materials with cutout meshes mayin factmake up the bulk of your tree, especially when using [[kcmesh_anchors|Mesh Anchors]] to place the children. Bushes may be made entirely in this fashion, with no actual branches.
  
 ====Mesh Forces==== ====Mesh Forces====