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Thank You!!!

Postby frostic » Thu Jun 25, 2015 7:02 pm

So I just wanted to make a thread where everyone can post how
thankful they are for such a great and powerful program as L3dT is.

Over many years using the "free version" just generating maps for fun
I finally purchased the indie licence when i started to learn to make games
in unreal engine 4. this tool is the best out there for terrain.
and without it i think id be totally lost when it comes to creating AMAZING terrain.
I don't think any tool comes even close to the user friendly UI and steps used to design a terrain.
I have since made a "new" friend that was making games and trying to manually
create terrain in blender and took him over a year to do anything close
to what it takes a few hours of rendering in L3dT pro. He is just as excited as I am.
I am glad that I was able to show him this great tool.

Thank You for such a great tool and awesome community!
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Re: Thank You!!!

Postby Aaron » Fri Jul 03, 2015 2:02 pm

Thanks Frostic. I'm most grateful for your encouragement and support, and indeed for all the feedback, requests, and bug reports I've received from all users over the (many) years that helped shape L3DT into what it is today. Thanks everyone.
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Re: Thank You!!!

Postby Stem » Sun Aug 30, 2015 7:28 am

I will add my thanks for such a great application. Although I do not build many large scenes (hobby stuff), when I do need a landscape, L3DT is the application I always use.

I will also say "Thank you" for the free upgrade to current build. (Which I am taking for a test drive now).
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Re: Thank You!!!

Postby demi » Tue Oct 20, 2015 12:24 am

Yes, L3DT is an awesome program to use.
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