Morena Tully Posted June 6, 2019 Share Posted June 6, 2019 (edited) As an avid terraformer, one thing that has really bugged me over the years, is how some little bits of land, when you are making hills, and especially shorelines, have a sharp, unnatural edge, and no amount of smoothing fixes it. The smallest size you can select to try and refine is simply too big for fine tuning for a perfectionist. The 3X3 size I will guess is directly related to how the ground is set on a grid, but if it were possible to get a size 2X2, or even just 1, it might be possible to smooth these jagged bits out? In the picture, the sharp part is roughly the size of "1" in the 3X3 if that makes sense.. I am aware of terrain height differences often having a major effect on what the ground will and will not do, but I get these sharp edges even with the most careful, gradual sloping. I am certain I'm way too picky, and 99% of the population never even notices these things, but the ability to shape land has always been a beautiful thing to me. For imperfections to be unfixable puts me in "Monk" mode Anyway, just a hopeful suggestion to give us a bit more capability to get things just how we imagine Edited June 6, 2019 by Morena Tully picture issue 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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