Creating a soil depth texture for a land cross section

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  12 December 2013
Creating a soil depth texture for a land cross section

I attached an image of something I thought looked cool and would take a crack at doing. I am trying to learn more about texturing and creating textures in general. I am curious how they were able to get the rocks on the very bottom and then have a light brown tone in the middle. Would they have created a gradient and then add a bump? But how did they get the rocks in on the bottom? I'm not so concerned with the dinosaur either. Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated! Thanks everyone!
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  12 December 2013
Could be a bitmap, something created in Photoshop, or a Cinema procedural created with the layer shader. Example: http://www.3danvil.com/tutorials/ground_cutaway.c4d
 
  12 December 2013
Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to create that for me to dissect. I really appreciate it. Hopefully others that are a little newer to texturing can use this as well.
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