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Posted by Lionel
 - June 11, 2018, 01:01:42 am
Hi everyone,

First of all a big thanks for this forum and all informations :D.

I am currently facing a problem with what I would like to do :
My terrain is a valley , and will be used in a movie production as a base for modelisation artists. So I created an output obj. mesh for them, and it's work fine.
But the problem, is when I reduce the main extent to smaller zone, the obj. mesh is different. I can see that the smaller part doesn't really match with the whole valley in Maya.
It seems that the erosion node create some variations and the volume are changing :shock:.
Is there a way to fix that ?
( I put an image in attachement to make it clear)
Thanks for reading and have a good day ( or night).

Lio