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Test - Procedural Vue terrain



After watching :iconnukeation:'s video tutorial on how to get ultra-realistic landscapes in Vue 7, I found myself experimenting after watching it until I came up with this scene :)

This is not so much about being the most conceptually interesting or original thing in my gallery, but moreso to demonstrate the technical sides of what I've learned from the video, so basing it off visuals alone - I think it's safe to say it's probably one of my most "realistic" landscapes which is evidence the video worked!

If you are a Vue 7 user yourself and never seem to be happy with how your Vue terrains look and yet don't want to rely soley on "presets", then forking over a bit of spare cash for the in-depth video (which goes for over an hour! so it's not some cheap, small thing ;)) might be a wise investment. It also has taught me certain aspects of Vue's function editor - something that I couldn't get my head around beforehand in spite of using Vue for some 2 years now...The video can be found on His Website ;)

But if your'e not and don't have a clue what I'm talking about and just want to see more pretty pictures, then don't worry - I have now uploaded a cool sci-fi scene based on this image here [link]

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