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NextPreviousHomeUsing the FX DISPLACEMENT SIZE property on Olympus Mons



michiel | 2 years ago | 5 comments | 5 likes | 3,913 views

SMSgtRod, Sma, ID Production and 2 others like this!

Here's how you can change the look of Mars with the FX DISPLACEMENT SIZE property:

A negative value turns the mountain into a crater.

A value of about 15 makes it look like the real Olympus Mons.

We can make it look more exciting by using a value of 30 (artistic freedom)

A value of 60 clearly is too much. But since it will probably take at least 10 years before the first human will climb Olympus Mons I think we can get away with it 😁


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The template used is template 25 of BixPack 25. The layer adjusted is layer 7:

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michiel, 2 years ago


Here's the Wikipedia page about Olympus Mons:

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michiel, 2 years ago


Cool! :)

LostBoyz, 2 years ago


15 is real, 60 looks really good.

SMSgtRod, 2 years ago

Everest looks like a sandpie

vincent, 2 years ago


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