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Offline Henry Blewer

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This is the first part of my tutorial for using Blender Objects and Terragen 2. It covers just the Blender aspect so far. http://www.econ.unideb.hu/?service-tax-essay Service Tax Essay

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Re: Exporting Blender Objects to Terragen 2 (Blender Section)
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Nice tutorial, but I reckon this would be better in the Wiki, no? http://www.planetside.co.uk/wiki/

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I'm trying to get some feedback first. Plus I need to write the Terragen2 import section. Also, pics of where things are is nice, some do not read English well. I have forgotten almost all my French. :(

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Re: Exporting Blender Objects to Terragen 2 (Blender Section)
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Thanks for the tutorial, I think this is great and useful. Trying to digest it ...  ::)

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When I get the Terragen 2 section done, I'll add images. They do help. As I learn more, I'll edit sections and make changes. I want to do an image mapping section also. Generally, I do not use image mapping in Blender. I use procedural textures only.
I am glad you liked this.
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Offline Alaethancar

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Very nice tutorial.  Only crit i can make is you might want to nix the REALLY basic Blender stuff.  Chances are if someone is looking to export a model from blender to terragen they alreadly know how to navigate blender's file trees and assign materials.  But I'm glad you put emphasis on the making sure you have a material assigned part, as I think that might be the mistake that caused me to seek this tute out in the first place.  Thanks much alantin.