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    Quote Originally Posted by Steel General View Post
    It came out quite nicely yukamui, the only thing that sticks out a bit is that the ocean texture is showing an obvious repeating pattern.

    No big deal really, but something to keep in mind for your next attempt.
    Thank you for pointing that out Steel General! I have been looking at it so much that I didn't noticed this. When improving it I will try to work that texture up a little. Very appreciated!

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    Hi i tried to download the Terrain Creation Tutorial v1.5 pdf but when I go to open it, i get an error that says "There was an error opening this document. The file is damaged and could not be repaired." Can anyone else get it to work? or email me a working copy?

    **I figured it out. thanks though**
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    Here is the latest version again. Sorry for delay...
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    Sorry for reviving such an old thread, but I've been trying out the tutorial and I really want to add my thanks to Pasis for posting this wonderful tutorial. I'm completely new to Photoshop; I only downloaded the trial version a couple of days ago, but I'm really proud of the results I've had after following the tutorial.

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    So thanks again Pasis for a fantastic tut! +rep

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    looks really good kaiser - only critique would be a lot of the single trees look to evenly spaced... but throw it in a WIP thread for more critique and praise
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    I made this quickie map in Photoshop 7.



    I think it turned out reasonably well, except for the forest texture I made.

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    thanks for this tuto!

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    Hey, is anyone able to give me the forest textures used in this, or at least how to make them? It's an okay tutorial, but it doesn't seem to explain how to do anything, just tells you to do it...

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    Here is the texture I had used for the forest. You can scale it down if the treesize is too big for your map.
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