Post By waldronate
March/April 2012 Lite Challenge Entry: CSU Johnsondale's New Found Lands
"During the 2231 spring break cruise sponsored by CSU Johnsondale, excessive partying caused a small navigation malfunction. The ship emerged near a nice little water world with very little land. The students immediately began naming everything they could see from orbit, with the more studious factions sparring with the more physically-inclined factions and special-needs factions to give names to the visible elements (the naming was done in round-robin fashion to be fair). The cruise ship did eventually make it back to Earth with the liquor supplies running dangerously low and a new, habitable world to add to the list of possible colonization destinations.
This event has led the colonization authority to seriously reconsider their policy of allowing first discoverers to name features."
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Gorgeous! I love it! Ok, I'm not entering this challenge now.
Very nice...I'm jealous of those mountains. I know it's from your software but the few times I attempted it I didn't do so hot. Great map to the competition.
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See if this helps:
If I ever get actions implemented I'll be able to encapsulate these sorts of things into a more usable process.
This is helpful, iwould like to see more workflows regarding FT3 and wilbur as I´m absolutly amazed by the potential but not able to produce solid results. It´s just slow for try and error and I find myself with pencil in hand after I open up either program But with the right directions, you never know.
There is a tutorial I would like to understand the underlying logics, I´m able to follow it but can´t adapt it to my own desires. I´ll add it to the many challenges out there still to master.
Keep up the good work!