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So I've been looking and I can't really find anything up to date on Google, so I was wondering: Does anybody know if there's any good landscape makers for Debian? ...
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    Weird request #1: Landscape/world editors for Debian


    So I've been looking and I can't really find anything up to date on Google, so I was wondering: Does anybody know if there's any good landscape makers for Debian? I can think of like 5 or so for windoesnt, but I don't want to downgrade to that crap. I saw something about WorldForge and I looked it up in Synaptic, but I also read that its OLD. Like, win32 old.

    Any ideas?





    EDIT: If it matters, I'm running under KDE. I noticed a few things on Synaptic that are for X

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    KDE is also for X...

    Blender is a well known 3D modeling program available in the repos.

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    Oh, I though X was something else.
    I'm gonna go look Blender up right now

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    Any other model makers that you know of? I don't see anything for making water, either on the program itself or the tutorials online.

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    You could try Bryce 5 or 5.5 in Wine.
    Some minor issues but it does have a Silver rating.
    I have read that some people have had issues installing it while others had no problems.
    Depends on OS version and Wine version.

    WineHQ - Bryce 5.5

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    Any other model makers that you know of? I don't see anything for making water, either on the program itself or the tutorials online.
    Blender also does water. Some tutorials that I found with Google;

    Creating 3D Fog In Blender

    Blender 3D: Noob to Pro/Realistic Water using Fluid Sim and Yafray - Wikibooks, open books for an open world

    Blender 3D: Noob to Pro/Every Material Known to Man/Water - Wikibooks, open books for an open world

    And the list of Google links for water tutorials;
    Google

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