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  • cutting squares in terrain

    how do i cut into the terrain using the cube builder
    is this not possible
    i have tried subtracting and adding wouldnt be any good seen as i am trying to cut bits out

  • #2
    Use the Visbility tool in the Terrain Editing mode.

    It takes some practice....so save your map to another name.

    After you select visibility....use ctrl+rightclick to remove parts of your terrain.

    Adjust radius etc.....until it's right for you.





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    • #3
      thats not quite what i wanted
      i want to cut a square out of the terrain so it is a square lump out of it still with sides and a base tho

      eg (i hope this works, [edit]ignore the dots there not meant to be there[/edit])

      before
      ___________

      after
      ___..........___
      .....|........|
      .....|____ |

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      • #4
        After the visibility.......throw down some BSP.







        EDIT: You'll have to add, and then subtract.....or just make a hollow box.

        Here

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        • #5
          to dig a hole in the terrain like that you just set the raise/lower brush to the same size (inner and outter radius are the same).... then when you get the lowest point... use the flatten tool...

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          • #6
            k.....can you do that sideways?




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            • #7
              Stealth,
              May I recommend that you read a few tutorials?
              I mean, you've got like 12 different threads going.. about things that have been asked dozens of times.
              Try looking for the answers using the 'search' feature.
              If that fails, check out the UDN or Unreal Wiki - or even 3DBuzz for some answers.

              I'm not trying to sound like a jerk.. I'm just hoping you really learn how to do this stuff instead of relying on other peoples solutions.

              -=sneak

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              • #8
                Good call sneaky.

                I didn't realize he had as many posts as
                "unrealmaster"


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                • #9
                  i do but i dont know many tut sites

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                  • #10
                    http://udn.epicgames.com/pub/Content/WebHome/
                    http://wiki.beyondunreal.com/wiki
                    http://sv2.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/unr_main.php

                    :sour:

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