June 19, 2014, 12:27:07 pm
absolutely, the randomness is important, and i normaly change the position of some elements within the after copying a row, so noone ever can realize the row as a copy, especially in distant overviews of sity plans.
but you are right, for smaller groups placing new elements is in deed quicklier, sometimes it's unbelievable, how quickly this works.
i use my 'copy' concept for placing long rows of cars (maybe 50 per row) in more streets for advanced movement. then things are absolutely random in every scene.
and it works perfectly for trees ! along streets. the space align is very helpful here. i wished, we had a align space to calculated curve with radius (start tree, end tree, middle tree). -:)