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Is anyone using Terragen? I've been playing with it, but I confess I have no idea what I'm doing and need to find tutorials to learn it.
I've been recommend to try E-on Vue instead, but I'm not familiar with it.
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Model your own mountains by yourself faggot
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>>675901
Thanks, faggot.
Seriously though, is that what everyone's doing? The original Terragen was so easy to use, and now 4 is comparatively complex.
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I always thought that WorldMachine was superior, but haven't gotten around to use either so far. Without good procedureal textures and/or vegetation (which i am still working on) these landscapes always look kinda bland.
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>>675907
Alright, I'll go look at World Machine too.
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>>675909
Check out the plugin GeoGlyph by QuadSpinner.
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>>675899
Since it's been around forever, I used it to render skyboxes for games and some renderings served me as base for digital matte paintings.



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