Terrain brushes

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Revision as of 21:50, 26 October 2012

Terrain brushes are another name for the various options on the Terrain panel, which are used by area-builders to modify heightmap nodes by raising, lowering, texturing, and other options.

Terrain brushes can be selected by clicking directly on the appropriate button on the Terrain panel, or they can also be accessed via the following keyboard shortcuts.

Terrain brush modes

Button Shortcut Name
Terrain 03.jpg CTRL+1 Edit Height
Terrain 04.jpg CTRL+2 Raise/Lower
Terrain 06.jpg CTRL+3 Soften
Terrain 07.jpg CTRL+4 Level/Ramp
HeroBladeStitchEdges.png CTRL+5 Stitch
Terrain 09.jpg CTRL+6 Cut Holes
Terrain 10.jpg CTRL+7 Split
Terrain 11.jpg CTRL+8 Billboard
TextureButton.png CTRL+9 Texture
Terrain 18.jpg CTRL+0 Color
Terrain 22.jpg CTRL+- Dynamic Details
Terrain 23.jpg CTRL+= Clone
Terrain 25.jpg CTRL+Backspace Eraser

Notes

Terrain brush shapes

Terrain editor tool16.jpg Flat
Terrain editor tool17.jpg Pointed
Terrain-round.jpg Circle
Terrain-square.jpg Square

Terrain Slope Limiter

Terrain editor tool14.jpg

This part of the Terrain Panel can be used to narrow the range of elevation your brush will paint.

Pulling the blue handles will limit the elevation where the brush will work.

Right-clicking on a handle will invert the slope-limiter.

Right-clicking outside of one of the handles, such as in the green or red portion, will reset the slope back to default.

For more information, see Terrain panel.

More information

See also

Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
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