Topographical Landscapes – hills
Definition: A Hill is a landform that extends above the surrounding terrain. It often has a distinct summit, although in areas with scarp/dip topography a hill may refer to a particular section of flat terrain without a massive summit. 1. Using the Sandbox tool, click the icon “From Scratch” and start to draw the grid lines horizontally.
2. Double click the grid box (which is a Group), and then select certain area (spaces or corners) that you want to Smoove.
3. To adjust the surface elevation, click the Smoove icon> pull-up or pull-down the selected surface.
This is the result.
4. To remove the grid and rough edges from the model, use the “Soften edges” tool by going to Window >Soften Edges. Double click the group model and make the following changes in the “Soften Edges” settings; move slider to 180 deg. and check Smooth normal/ check Soften coplanar.
5. Apply grass texture to the model.
Thanks for reading! Benedict Caliwara