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Setting up some of the terrain I have leaving the studio and although I am saddened to not have official models I am excited for the prospects of this game. Thought I would share this image with the collective. Comments or thoughts welcomed as always. 

 

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On 1/1/2018 at 5:40 PM, TheTerrainStudio - Shawn Morris said:

Setting up some of the terrain I have leaving the studio and although I am saddened to not have official models I am excited for the prospects of this game. Thought I would share this image with the collective. Comments or thoughts welcomed as always. 

 

image1.jpeg

I was watching one of the videos on your channel where you explained the way you lay flock down. Usually, I do the opposite of what you do—I start with the dark flock then lay the lighter over the top. However, I've noticed you do this the other way around, as do many others. Is there any particular reason for that?

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I find the darken tones get muted too much by the subsequent layers. Therefore I apply the darker tones where I wish to give the illusion of shadow. Starting with an earth base layer is the key in my opinion. I think about what grass looks like in nature, serves me well enough (at least thus far). Great question. 

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On 1/3/2018 at 10:11 AM, TheTerrainStudio - Shawn Morris said:

I find the darken tones get muted too much by the subsequent layers. Therefore I apply the darker tones where I wish to give the illusion of shadow. Starting with an earth base layer is the key in my opinion. I think about what grass looks like in nature, serves me well enough (at least thus far). Great question. 

Thanks for the answer. I'll try it out the next time I do a base to see the difference.

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