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Too many trees...
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Posted 2011-10-11 at 14:27 by [R-DEV]Outlawz7





Updated 2011-10-11 at 16:12 by [R-DEV]Outlawz7
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Total Comments: 32
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    Adriaan's Avatar
    Planting waaay too many trees...
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 15:13 by Adriaan Adriaan is offline
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    General Dragosh's Avatar
    I like =)
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 15:32 by General Dragosh General Dragosh is offline
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    OH MAAAAAn, would THAT be an awesome battle terrain... hiding, listening, WATCHING!!! EXCIIITIIIING!!! xD
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 15:41 by Daniel Daniel is offline
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    Engineer's Avatar
    I respect your choice Outlawz in this selected path of green values.
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 15:54 by Engineer Engineer is offline
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    jerkzilla's Avatar
    This is probably the worst place and time to point this out, but you might get better performance by using a new tree model that doesn't have green stuff from top to bottom, instead just having the top covered. Like this in order to get a forest that, on the inside, looks like this. Regular trees could be used on the edges, so it would still offer good cover from the outside.
    Otherwise, it looks pretty cool.
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 15:59 by jerkzilla jerkzilla is offline
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    Outlawz7's Avatar
    Ah, but there are no performance issues

    Added a 3rd pic.
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 16:10 by Outlawz7 Outlawz7 is offline
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    Multiple trees grouped into the same object to save performance?
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 16:16 by AquaticPenguin AquaticPenguin is offline
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    Outlawz7's Avatar
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by AquaticPenguin View Comment
    Multiple trees grouped into the same object to save performance?
    *gives cookie*

    Yes.
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 16:20 by Outlawz7 Outlawz7 is offline
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    NyteMyre's Avatar
    No mapper experience here, but do you have to place every single tree manually? Or do you kinda brush it there Sim City style?
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 16:24 by NyteMyre NyteMyre is offline
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    jerkzilla's Avatar
    Bitchin'!
    Posted 2011-10-11 at 16:33 by jerkzilla jerkzilla is offline
 

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