RaeLeeH Posted July 10, 2019 Share Posted July 10, 2019 (edited) 30 minutes ago, Kieok said: Anyone have an inground pool in their gardens or yard? As @SerraWeckerly mentioned land can't be terraformed, so you'll have to get creative. A lot of people tend to use platforms so that the pool sits above ground, or they use vegetation to mask the sides of ponds or other pools that have a sloping land border in order to achieve something closer to in-ground (that appears half in, half out). There's also a neat trick to create the illusion of depth with light projectors (make a flat prim look more three dimensional) that @kiramanell posted here: (Edit: THIS should be the correct post *hangs head in shame*) It would depend what you wanted your pool for; swimming or decoration. No doubt you could likely add pose balls or poses to a phantom prim and appear as though you are swimming but it may take a little work on your part to get that working as you want. And as for above-ground pools, well there's no shortage of them on the Marketplace. Good luck! Edited July 10, 2019 by RaeLeeH I had one job... and I linked the wrong post! >.< 3 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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