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Old 04-03-2006, 09:26 PM   #1
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Default How can you make a cave.

Hi, it has been a while sence I been on here but I want to make a cave in Doom3 but I don't know how to make one with curvs then put in noise to make the cave more bumpy.

Thank you I saw a tut on how to make a cave in 3ds max and it looked alot simular an what maya can do.

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you have a quick and dirty method, and a nice and clean method.

1) Create a nurbs cylinder, give it lots of spans, make it into a softbody, (u don't need a goal object), then select the particles and attach a turbulence field, press play, and wooo, you might need to tweak it.

Secondly, create a circle, move the points, duplicate, move back and edit, duplicate again etc, then select them all in order and loft.

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