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How do you like to do it?

Discussion in 'Level Editing - Advanced' started by Bot_40, Nov 24, 2001.

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How do you do your terrian?

  1. Terra-edit

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    31.6%
  2. Tessalated cubes

    5 vote(s)
    26.3%
  3. UED terrain brush

    3 vote(s)
    15.8%
  4. Other

    5 vote(s)
    26.3%
  1. Luggage

    Luggage wins.

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    Thanks, will keep that in mind... Anyways I was just pimping! (not successfully, apparently...)
     
  2. TheRealFluffy

    TheRealFluffy Retired Attention Whore

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    Hehe, 40-30-20-10% ... :) cool
     
  3. Laff

    Laff avatarless

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    tess-cubes ;)

    anyone else think lucifix's avatar looks like a sex-ed diagram? maybe i got the lucifix-cervix connection. but it's hilarious.
     
  4. Ulukai

    Ulukai New Member

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    One of the easiest (but not neccesarily the best) ways to get started is to displace a monochrome bitmap into a cube, (which you can generate in Photshop. PSP or even Bryce can export one I think)

    You have to watch the polys very carefully though, 'cause if you use the poly threshing function afterwards it's a bugger for screwing things up. You can then edit the vertices manually once the displacement is complete to get the kind of terrain you were looking for.
     
  5. Chrysaor

    Chrysaor Lord of the Pants

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    ug, u maxxies can have ur fun, i'll stick to the terrainbrush :D











    *sarcasm
     
  6. Bah_Mee

    Bah_Mee No one escapes us!

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    Max!

    3Dstudio max,

    I started using Bryce 4.0 to get some terrain feel but it pumps out way to many polygons here is an example of bryce terrain looks good but high polygon for sure!
     
  7. Bah_Mee

    Bah_Mee No one escapes us!

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    nother bryce terrain pic

    nother one
     
  8. Chrysaor

    Chrysaor Lord of the Pants

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    Bah you, I think the terrain brush is the best :)
     
  9. Akuma

    Akuma Deacon Massif

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    it doesnt really matter as it all looks ass-ugly when it's imported into the editor

    the only workaround is high ambientish (not zone) light and clever uvw mapping on the terrain textures

    Undying had some nice mountains.

    bah-me - that looks... horrible.
     
  10. Bah_Mee

    Bah_Mee No one escapes us!

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    pics

    no matter I was just showing how imported bryce 3D shapes look:p
     
  11. Mister_Prophet

    Mister_Prophet .

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    Tess cubes is the way to go, u can do anything with it man!
     
  12. Chrysaor

    Chrysaor Lord of the Pants

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    [scotsman]aye, that you can, laddie![/scotsman]
     

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