well now i need some help again.
A. How can i make a realistic mountain ? B. the tester of my first map said : "although the author knew about light styles he missed out on _lightmapscale which allows for more detailed shadows" so how can i do that ?
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[color=orange][color=red]Holly Hell man nice first map.Sh*t I have some great ideas for some maps but I don't know how to use GTK Radiant Can you tell me a place where you got the turorials?Please tell me. :mepimp: Peace[/color] :mepimp:[/color]
To make a realistic mountain you might try EasyGen terrain Generator, there's a damn good tutorial on lucasforums (search for 'rgoer' in the author spot).
_lightmap is just the mapmaker's term for the pattern of lighting in a map...to have lights, just right click in the grid area of Radiant, go down to 'light', click it, then edit it's properties with the entity window. The key 'light' will change how big the light is, 300 is default Value for the 'light' key. Then you need to compile with a compiler that processes light. It depends which Radiant your using as to which compile type you choose, so I can't help you until you tell me what Radiant you're using.
And 69_UnKnOwN_69, some great tutorials on mapping are here, they are for JK2Radiant, but they're pretty similar to GTK and from these tuts I'm sure you can get started figuring the rest of Radiant out on your own. GL all.
I'm a begenner mapper myself and i was wondering if anyone could help me. :hump:
I use JK2Radiant 1.2.1
but that site is good for the first time but the better tutorials aren't there because he has real live trouble.
To make mountains either use EasyGen as Devmapall said or in JK2Radiant you can make an entity and highlight it, then press "V" on your keyboard to make little squares appear allowing you to click and drag the parts of the texture up and down, side to side. *If only that tutorial was online still. Must remember to ask the author about it.*
dump 1.2. Outdated, underpowered and harder to use. Get 1.4.0 from www.qeradiant.com