Sunday, 18 December 2016

Part 23: Terrain fill in and finishing touches.

Part 23

Apologies for the late update. Been extremely busy lately.

Johto is now finished so it is time to fill in the surrounding terrain.
Starting in the west the method was place chunks of terrain around the built up areas of the map.

This image was used to form the mountains, river and lakes in Johto.

The chunks of terrain were smoothed out for a more natural look.

Moving south to Azalea town and Ilex forest there is a large expanse of land. It was completely flat which made it easy to complete.

A mix of Oak and Dark Oak trees were planted to blend Ilex forest into the surrounding landscape.

Moving back west to the Safari Zone where the mountains were formed.

Tree planting and growing is a time-consuming process. Until I find a way to grow trees instantly they will be growing naturally.

Heading East it is much the same process as before. Chunks of land that are then smoothed out.

In the northeast quadrant of Johto, there is a mix of mountains and plateaus. More on this area later.

Moving back south again it's just tree growing.

Moving back north (these screenshots are so out of order) near the Lake of Rage. Just more tree growing.

Completed landscape. I couldn't be bothered to take more progress screenshots as they were mostly going to be of the same thing.


View looking west from Bell tower.

The Safari Zone on the left and the Battle Frontier on the right.

Looking in the other direction.

Azalea Town and Ilex Forest peninsula.

New bark Town and Cherrygrove City

Stay tuned and subscribe.
PS: Check this project out on Planet Minecraft.

And sample the progress so far by downloading the world here:

If you have any tips for improvement please don't hesitate to share. It would be greatly appreciated. Next: Route 26 and 27
After That: Victory Road and Indigo Plateau
And After That: Route 28 and 22
47% Complete.

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