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Old 6th Mar 2019, 08:27 AM   #1
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This started out as a bit of a test. I found a program on Steam called "Grand Designer", which specializes in making planets / space scenes and a bit of terrain generator as well. I thought I'd give it a try and while I'm a long way from good, I definitely see some potential here, and it's quite fun to boot.
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Very cool. Definitely some potential there, I'm always interested in seeing new ways of generating planets etc.
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Looks great!
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When the Klingons arrive on your doorstep, you know it isn't going to be a good day!

Cool idea for a piece of software.
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This started out as a bit of a test. I found a program on Steam called "Grand Designer", which specializes in making planets / space scenes and a bit of terrain generator as well. I thought I'd give it a try and while I'm a long way from good, I definitely see some potential here, and it's quite fun to boot.
Cool image !

I actually had a chat with the dev about that program a couple of years back, and decided not to get it due to LW being superior...however I do still think terrain surfaces can be generated quicker with it (export as .obj). I may take the plunge next time it goes on sale (still on my wishlist).
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Thanks, everyone!

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Cool image !

I actually had a chat with the dev about that program a couple of years back, and decided not to get it due to LW being superior...however I do still think terrain surfaces can be generated quicker with it (export as .obj). I may take the plunge next time it goes on sale (still on my wishlist).
I'm always in need of a decent space scene . My favourite was the Cosmic Packs for Photoshop. However, I switched from using PS to using Affinity Photo a couple of years ago and have been looking since. I've tried creating planets in Modo with varying degrees of success. I know it can be done, but I've never been able to replicate in Modo after years of trying what I can do in Grand Designer after a few hours. I am going to try the export function in GD out of curiosity.
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