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Newly created terrain with two new villages - Nachipang and Thado Koshigaun

 

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More pictures at a3nep.wz.cz

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awesome, its looking really good! browsing through the additional screenshots, they range from photorealistic to almost breathtaking. really beautiful work here, can't wait!

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New parallax maps for terrain / ground textures.

 

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Pakhepani and Chheubas villages

Between these two villages there is Chutok La pass, it can be seen on third and fourth picture.

First and second pictures show Pakhepani village. Chheubas is on third picture.

And whole new area on fifth picture.

 

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Man, this looks fantastic!

 

Btw. is that a river down in the valley? :icon5:  How will it look like / work? I guess it goes quite downhill which makes it hard just to create a pond in river form? Looking forward to see more, mate!

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Wow, amazing!

 

Arma is in need of an awesome mountain warfare map. Incredible

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Thanks all

 

2 hours ago, Undeceived said:

Man, this looks fantastic!

 

Btw. is that a river down in the valley? :icon5:  How will it look like / work? I guess it goes quite downhill which makes it hard just to create a pond in river form? Looking forward to see more, mate!

 

Yes, that's river, but unfortunately Arma doesnt support rivers at all. Only one solution is place ponds (as you wroted), but the river slope is too big for ponds, so there are only small rocks, unfortunately...

 

Here is a photo of Dudh Koshi in real

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Ok, a dry river bed, that's ok too from my point if view. :icon14:

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On ‎11‎.‎01‎.‎2018 at 10:50 AM, ArmanIII said:

Pakhepani and Chheubas villages

Btw. what's the distance between these two villages (simple linear distance just to get an imagination)?

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23 minutes ago, Undeceived said:

Btw. what's the distance between these two villages (simple linear distance just to get an imagination)?

 

Linear distance is 750 meters

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This probably wouldn't work well with the time of year and the altitude, but what if you made the rivers frozen-over?

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Here are pictures of new model of temple which is near Lukla, in front of hospital.

 

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In real

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