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Animating Cracks in the Ground

By Roberth Vala
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Date Added: 10th June 2011
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In this tutorial I look at how to animate cracks in the ground using procedural maps.

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(ID: 52514, pid: 0) Anuj Bhatia on Fri, 30 September 2011 7:46pm
this is excilent tutorial . in this tutorial ,I have many things to learn. Thanks.
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(ID: 44328, pid: 862290) V@la (Forums) on Wed, 15 June 2011 8:41am
You are most welcome! Glad you liked it :)
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(ID: 163640, pid: 862290) V@la (Forums) on Wed, 15 June 2011 8:41am
You are most welcome! Glad you liked it :)
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(ID: 44245, pid: 0) Leo on Mon, 13 June 2011 4:07pm
Mr.Roberth Vala Thanks. I got many tips from your tutorial
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(ID: 44179, pid: 0) Jason Rhodes on Sat, 11 June 2011 1:53pm
This was extremely simple, clear and useful. I'm itching to try some variations of it. Thanks!
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