Filling in a hill underneath a road


I’ve just built a road going down a hill in my game, and was wondering how I could fill in the hill area underneath the road. A single wedge won’t fit it - it would need to be something more complicated. A screenshot of the road in question is here:

As you can see, there’s an awkward gap that needs filling underneath the road. Is there any easy way to do this (using a plugin perhaps?) or am I just going to need to sit down and do it manually (and if so, what would be the best way of going about this?)


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You should use gapfill by stravant.

I considered that at first, but it’s mainly for filling little gaps between parts, and I’m honestly not too sure it’d be up to the task. If nothing else comes up I will definitely look at it though (or at least use it in some capacity or another)

You might want to try using scriptos’ Archimedes Two plugin to angle a part from the road down and then give the new part the same color and material as the rest of the hill:


You can angle a part the same angle as the road, then scale it so it clips into the ground(make sure no Z-Fighting is visible)