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Wild Planet

Discussion in 'Terrain & Level Design' started by Gusvato3080, May 1, 2019.

  1. Gusvato3080

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    I'm working on a survival kind of map based on an alien planet and wanted to post some screenshots of the terrain, just to see what the hiveworkshop folk think.
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    I really like the first two screenshots. I think it's because they read well quickly.
     
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    Those examples are exactly what I originaly had in mind (and still have) but I grew more and more attached to the current look and still couldn't find a way to give a more dense look to the map without crappy oversized models.
    I really apreciate the feedback, but right now i'm more focused on making the map playable.