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Darkarz

Aspiring Commoner
Jan 28, 2016
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#1
I found some weird/untextured blocks in the Mountains of Shadow (south west Mordor) and I wasn't sure whether i change or leave them...maybe it's a mark or something, probably i'm just talking bullshit
 

Ardelenia

Hardcore MCME-er
Mar 1, 2014
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#2
1. This would be good for the derp thread.
2. Mordor mountains probably don't matter right now.
3. Granite/andesite/diorite are nonetheless quite a problem. I particularly appeal to my fellow artists to look underwater in Ethir Anduin and similar underwater locations. Also coarse dirt and red sand.
 

Darkarz

Aspiring Commoner
Jan 28, 2016
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Germany
Languages
German (native), English
#3
I found some weird/untextured blocks in the Mountains of Shadow (south west Mordor) and I wasn't sure whether i change or leave them...maybe it's a mark or something, probably i'm just talking bullshit
1. This would be good for the derp thread.
2. Mordor mountains probably don't matter right now.
3. Granite/andesite/diorite are nonetheless quite a problem. I particularly appeal to my fellow artists to look underwater in Ethir Anduin and similar underwater locations. Also coarse dirt and red sand.
Well you're right, just found that and I wasn't sure what to do (not really an expert:rolleyes:) so let's just forget that...
 

Finrod_Amandil

hon. Head Designer
Mar 2, 2014
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#4
Yeah granite and stone variants are always bugs (if they have the default texture) and can be fixed by Artists when it's not too much, if it is, hit up a designer.