So I’ve got some code that generates a giant sphere out of triangles. What I’m tryna do is make a sort of terrain on said sphere. I’ve got some basic terrain gen working, but it doesn’t take into account some sides. Here’s what a softer version of it looks like:

And if you can’t see the problem with that image, let me scale it up:

As you can see, there’s a strip of terrain down the middle that doesn’t generate like the rest. (As well as the outsides pointing outwards, instead of upwards, relative to their starting position)

Here’s the code I use to find the perlin noise of any point:

```
pos1 = pos1+Vector3.new(math.noise(pos1.X/terrainDensity,pos1.Y/terrainDensity,seed)*terrainScale,math.noise(pos1.X/terrainDensity,pos1.Y/terrainDensity,seed)*terrainScale,math.noise(pos1.X/terrainDensity,pos1.Y/terrainDensity,seed)*terrainScale)
-- all three arguments for the `Vector3.new()` are the same
```

And this is how it’s generated for each point. I’m assuming it has something to do with me only calculating the x and y value, therefore imposing a 2d noise structure onto the 3d sphere. But I can’t figure out how to make the noise generate properly for the 3d sphere structure. Any help would be appreciated!