Is there an option to make all of the terrain for example 150 meters, then to make a flat hill that is 200 meters and so on…? I think that you can do that with the scale tool and number 0, but I don’t know how to do it and it’s not really that efficient.
What specifically are you referring to when using the word ‘Terrain’? Are you using an addon of some sort to create it in the first place? Modeling a terrain mesh by hand? Sculpting a mesh into a terrain?
Just a regular plane, subdivided a bunch of times, then I either move the vertices by hand or sculpt them, or I import a real terrain as a obj (using world composer for Unity), but even that third method gets you a standard object, so it’s nothing addon related.
Right so using sculpt mode just constraint the x and y axis and you can just use any sculpting tools without affecting the x and y coordinates just the z, flatten tool would work to flatten just fine.
you could also create a shader that would apply a gradient along z axis so you could effectively get a indication of height using the GLSL material shading mode. Edit: nah, cool idea but wont update in realtime.
I didn’t even notice a flatten tool. I checked it, but I don’t really understand it at all, constraint x and y is the “lock - x, y, z” option in the symmetry/lock section, right? Also, where do I even set the height…or ,z" I suppose?
Yes symmetry lock and l think I misunderstood what you were asking in the first place, no with sculpting tools you cant set dept in that sense, no. Layer brush might be of interest as well now that I think about it, utilizing object scale you might get that to work sort of in a manner you seem to want.
If I were to use just the regular move tool, can I put multiple vertices (that are different heights) on the same height? For example I have a verticy on -20 meters (from sea level), another one on -15, another on minus 17, another minus 12,etc. and I want to select them all and put them all on 20 meters above sea level? I know how to move a single verticy up to 20 meters, but I don’t know how to move multiple, so that they are all on +20 meters.
If I just selected all of those vertices and moved them up the regular way, one would be on +20 meters, but others would be on +22, +18, +25,etc. and that’s not what I want.