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    Post Zip Files

    Can anyone else confirm if they are having issues with the zip files? If so I'll reload them.

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    Yep, I can't unzip the regionals either.
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    Post Patterns x 2

    The previous attachments have been reuploaded.

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    Ah good. I checked 'em and they're fine now.
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    much thanks!

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    Post Mountains & Hills

    Here's the continent with Mountains and Hills added. I'm still having an issue with the edges of the patterns being to obvious. Any suggestions on how to resolve this?
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    'm no expert on patterns but try fiddling with the opacity or blend of the patterns or try the blur/smudge tool. If that doesn't help you could try and go back to the pattern itself to try and make it more seemless. Just fiddle and experiment.

    Also, I have some seamless rock patterns that you could use, although they aren't all that great.

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    Or you can overlay another texture on top of the pattern which repeats, that usually helps to break up edges.

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    If the pattern was painted on directly I have found that grabbing small aribrush and painting over the areas in question which the pattern again can help to break up the edges. This won't work for patterns that are added along with a layer effect.

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