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Creating Landscapes with Displacements

Written By: Jahnu Best on May 12, 2011 No Comment

One interesting (and useful) part of Blender is displacements. Often I myself use bump maps instead of displacements because it is much easier to use bump maps, but displacements are the true way to bump up objects.

So in this tutorial, I’ll be using Blender textures to create simple landscapes. There are many (many) ways in how you can use the displacement modifier (as I will say). Enjoy the tutorial!

Here are some examples of using displacements to create simple landscapes:

The tutorial:

I hoped you enjoyed the tutorial! Here’s another tutorial about displacements:

Asteroid Tutorial on Blender Guru

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