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This is a good start, however I would recommend some things to help improve your world building skills.

Firstly, I would recommend that you blend the rock texture into the grass texture a bit more because at the moment, the transition is quite hard which would take away from realism. (blend the textures)

Secondly, I would also recommend putting more detail into the rock texturing itself, adding small gaps and cracks aswell as possibly vertex shading would greatly improve the zone in my opinion

Thirdly, I would suggest that you add another grass texture as a highlight.

also in the top right there is a green texture that looks out of place, possibly trying to find replacement textures that better suit the environment.

Finally, the area looks a bit crowded, perhaps making the area a bit larger would makes things look slightly nicer. 

I'll leave a link below to a very useful tutorial series by Amaroth which covers the things I've stated in detail to help you get a better understanding of world building.

 

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19 hours ago, Alrineer said:

This is a good start, however I would recommend some things to help improve your world building skills.

Firstly, I would recommend that you blend the rock texture into the grass texture a bit more because at the moment, the transition is quite hard which would take away from realism. (blend the textures)

Secondly, I would also recommend putting more detail into the rock texturing itself, adding small gaps and cracks aswell as possibly vertex shading would greatly improve the zone in my opinion

Thirdly, I would suggest that you add another grass texture as a highlight.

also in the top right there is a green texture that looks out of place, possibly trying to find replacement textures that better suit the environment.

Finally, the area looks a bit crowded, perhaps making the area a bit larger would makes things look slightly nicer. 

I'll leave a link below to a very useful tutorial series by Amaroth which covers the things I've stated in detail to help you get a better understanding of world building.

 

Hey Thanks for your review, I'll keep t his in mind and try to improve my building skills as this was my first attempt into noggit and I was just playing a little with teverything I found in wow model viiewer.

Thanks alot for the review!

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Just wanted to add that if this is your very first attempt to do something in Noggit, its very good, I'd say way better than my was:P.

Btw, updated series Alrineer kindly posted here, it has way more parts on YouTube already and I haven't updated it here for quite some time.

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