[📋Terrain] Gimkit Image Clipboard

You are probably wondering, What Is This?

Well, I have gathered every single image found in Gimkit Creative and put them on one article so you can use them for your guides! I have left out image maps / stuff you really really don’t need because 1. You don’t need them and 2. It takes up space. Also, some of the images are plain white, so they won’t appear on the page, which is why I haven’t included them either.

Here are all the terrain-related images:


metallic lightmetallic dark

spaceship corridorspaceship corridor whitespaceship interiorcatwalk grillscatwalk lined

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Btw there aren’t two boardwalks. One of them is the exposed boardwalk, which uses a different texture file even though the two are the same.

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@JoeTheChicken Can you name them? Some of them are hard to recognize.

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If you click them the images are named

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Oh wait you can’t hold on

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The fullsize blocks can’t be clicked on for some reason.

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Great… resource? I don’t really know what it’s called.

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It’s a Copy-Paste. I came up with the name. It doesn’t really sound good tho.

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I think the exposed boardwalk is a bit darker

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You should name it terrain instead of blocks to avoid confusion.

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Whoa. I just want to know, how long did this take? Seems very very tedious. Amazing work, @JoeTheChicken!

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You should call it a “clipboard” instead, reminds me of copying and pasting

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yeah you can add the text before you post the image.

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Really like that idea. Just changed it. I’ll credit this comment somewhere!

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I think the only difference between exposed and normal boardwalk is that normal has a little border on the edge

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You can also find a breakdown of the textures in the sources if you want to use that as well.

Hey, I love this series!

Can someone please tell me the difference between “boardwalk” and “exposed boardwalk”

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I really can’t tell, but I think you can if you try to change the colors/brightness a little bit.

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After comparing two images with a special tool, they’re 0.13% different from each other.

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