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Creator Theme: Space! - posted on 8th Jul 2018 at 6:02 PM
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#1 Old 16th Jun 2018 at 1:15 PM Last edited by arisvamp : 16th Jun 2018 at 5:31 PM.
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I wonder if there is a way to make smooth elevating roads in photoshop when u create a hightmap!!!
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dodgy builder
#2 Old 16th Jun 2018 at 2:42 PM
It should be possible, but if it's any easier I don't know
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#3 Old 16th Jun 2018 at 5:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Volvenom
It should be possible, but if it's any easier I don't know


For now i only use photoshop to make the heightmap first so i hope someone knows something about it!!

P.s: I checked your profile on youtube and your Wentworth Palace is amazing congats
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#4 Old 16th Jun 2018 at 8:02 PM
If you want to smooth a road, there is a road smoothing tool in CAW.
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#5 Old 16th Jun 2018 at 8:12 PM
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Originally Posted by simsample
If you want to smooth a road, there is a road smoothing tool in CAW.


Yeah!I know this but i want to make it already from the pphotoshop if there is any way to make
Thank you anyway :D
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#6 Old 16th Jun 2018 at 9:04 PM
Ah, okay. Well you could use the dodge or burn tools on your heightmap at the road area to lighten or darken the slope progressively.

If you use a feathered brush with some opacity then you will have some fine control over the image contrast.

Or you could use a greyscale gradient on a selected area- it depends upon the map and the area you want to smooth.
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#7 Old 16th Jun 2018 at 9:30 PM
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Originally Posted by simsample
Ah, okay. Well you could use the dodge or burn tools on your heightmap at the road area to lighten or darken the slope progressively.

If you use a feathered brush with some opacity then you will have some fine control over the image contrast.

Or you could use a greyscale gradient on a selected area- it depends upon the map and the area you want to smooth.


That sounds helpful!!
I really thank you!!!
dodgy builder
#8 Old 18th Jun 2018 at 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by arisvamp
For now i only use photoshop to make the heightmap first so i hope someone knows something about it!!

P.s: I checked your profile on youtube and your Wentworth Palace is amazing congats


Thank you

I didn't say how to do it, because I wasn't sure if it would work. Reading Simsample's post I would have made a mask over the area I wanted and made a gradient. Painting the area is more work, and I'm a lazy bastard.
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