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How to set ground cover to not go on a certain terrain paint?

Discussion in 'Content Creation' started by rmfurm, Mar 10, 2019.

  1. rmfurm

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    Hey, how do i make it so that the grass doesn't go on the road? Thanks!
     

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  2. Danny Werewolf

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    Have you deleted than undid that delete on the groundcover? That often works to make multiple things go through.
     
  3. rmfurm

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    Yeah i just started painting and it just did it. Do you know how to get mud aswell? I'm using the Hirochi raceway base files.
     
  4. Danny Werewolf

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    In the terrain painter, unless there is already some mud in that menu, click "Add Layer" and click mud. If it's not there, you'll have to make a new one; using the edit section. Create a name for it that it will show ingame, and the textures to use, which should be in some terrain folder. Should be self explanatory.
     
  5. rmfurm

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    How do i make it mud like? Wouldn't it just be like dirt?
     
  6. Danny Werewolf

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    I'm not using mud, but this is the stuff you need to find.

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    You should than find those files in your terrain folder, often in art. You might not have it though, as I forgot if Hirochi Raceway originally had mud. If you don't have it, copy a .zip from Steam\steamapps\common\BeamNG.drive\content\levels, most likely GridMap as that certainly has mud. Place those in your terrain folder in your map.

    Just note, the mud originally has no Macro, but I'm not using it so it doesn't matter.
     
  7. rmfurm

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    Damn, your roads look SO good!
     
  8. Danny Werewolf

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    Heh..thanks I guess, those are the ones from Automation Test Track with a hint of brown to make it fit with the temperate forest aspect.

    Is it working for you?
     
  9. rmfurm

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    Yeah, its good. Thanks!
     
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