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1 hour ago, anonymous6366 said:

does anyone know how to fix these shadows? it is displacements on top of a brush, do I just have to make the whole thing a displacement to avoid weird shadows like this or is there an entity i can link the brush too?

 

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Sometimes, putting up a picture for a comparison helps put things in perspective, so there you go;

BeFoRe

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After

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Here's the overview of Bombsite A, though very WIP of course! :)

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Aaaand Bombsite B, also, fun stuff, that car is actually a func_vehicle from de_jeepathon2k. I usually full compile my map for 6 hours, so when I playtest it to make sure everything is going well I also like to have some fun, such as driving randomly made vehicles around a map. It'd be fun to make a version of Dust2 where you can ride in the streets, which I'll probably do. Don't worry though, the map will not have the car, it's there for me to toy around! :P I may include it in the playtest if and when I do it, and if people want it to be there.

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