CGI: Kaki-no-tane collected from tree

This entry is part 5 of 16 in the series Food in CGI

I made Kaki-no-tane. The snack is goes very well with beer. And a set with peanut is called Kakipi.
I am also making peanut, but I got only kaki-no-tane so far.

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Kaki-no-tane means seeds of persimmon. Probably the word came from the seed-like shape.

so I collected the seed falling down from kakipi trees at the  riverside in the forest.

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Since the snack is sticky, I used the particle children by simple copy around parent, which nicely simulated the stickiness even during falling.

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The glass bin object is b2przemo’s Kitchen Herbs.

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