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    I put together a little tutorial on how to make a forest like the one shown below. As always, if anyone has questions or suggestions for improvement, I'd love to hear them
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    Oooooo pretty... I can't rep you because of the rep I gave you for the conversion of Ascension's atlas tut... but THIS is going in my list of ways to do things...

    Someday... perhaps someone should go back and put RobA's tutoral(and his mountain tutoral update) and this together as a "revised region tutorial"
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    Thanks much!

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    Haha, you ought to, the idea came from you!

    Thanks for the kind words

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    Good tutorial!

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    Nice work Gidde!
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    Thanks, guys

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    Nicely written tutorial. I'll be trying this one too!
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    I tried it and came up with a real decent forrest. Good work and thanks! Will rep
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