Greyscale = height in TG

Started by TheBadger, February 04, 2015, 01:54:05 am

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TheBadger

Thanks for the tip. I will see what I can do with it  :)
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TheBadger

actually, what do you mean by shading fill? I thought you were referencing a tool I had not used before. but it seems you are just talking about the paint bucket and gradient tools? Or?
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engineer

gradient fill is most probably the right term.
Just checked it with GIMP...

Sorry, but I've usually a German version and so my first translation was simply wrong.

engineer

Quote from: bobbystahr on February 07, 2015, 05:11:11 pm
I'd like to see this technique done in Terragen 3 for reference...pretty cool image for Classic Terragen...


First of all: Thanks :)

Currently I'm a bit busy with normal life (especially work), but I'll look into creating a rapid TG3 test.

bobbystahr

Quote from: engineer on February 08, 2015, 03:49:00 pm
Quote from: bobbystahr on February 07, 2015, 05:11:11 pm
I'd like to see this technique done in Terragen 3 for reference...pretty cool image for Classic Terragen...


First of all: Thanks :)

Currently I'm a bit busy with normal life (especially work), but I'll look into creating a rapid TG3 test.


Hey, when ever you have time...we ain't goin any where soon, heh heh heh Thanks
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TheBadger

Quote from: engineer on February 08, 2015, 03:45:39 pm
gradient fill is most probably the right term.
Just checked it with GIMP...

Sorry, but I've usually a German version and so my first translation was simply wrong.


Ok, yeah, I used that then. It worked well on some parts but not others. Im trying to fine tune things.
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Dune

I just work with a soft brush and sometimes with the blur tool for local blurring. Occasionally selecting a soft area and filling with white or gray.