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Low poly Tree sculptures

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Hi Viralata,

Sorry not to respond sooner - i've been away...

If you mean how did i get the texture onto the surface of the earth (soil)?

It was actually most complex part to model! The basic shape is the inner area of the outer pot. I then created a 'disc' of textured geometry using a displacement map on a cube to create a positive 'texture'. i then used a boolean to 'cut' that texture disc into the top of the 'soil'. Does that make sense? It doesn't sound too clear to me and i did it!

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