For this OAR file, I used the terrain from Linda Kellie’s Tiki Summer region (released under a CC license, no attribution required), and tripled it in size using Paint. I cropped it to 256×256, rotated, cropped, etc… until I had nine separate 256×256 terrains in the right orientation. I saved them as PNG files. Used New World Studio to import them individually into OpenSim, and re-export them again as RAW files. (If there’s an easier way to do this, please let me know!)
Then I imported each new RAW file into a Kitely nine-sim world (megaregion support turned off, to allow me to import individual terrains) using Imprudence. (Firestorm’s terrain import function caused the viewer to crash for me, for some reason.)
Then I saved the entire thing as an OAR file.
This is for anyone who wants a large, nine-sim island with natural-looking beach front on all sides instead of the usual straight drop-off. There’s room there to add waves or sailboats or swimming areas or even little off-shore islands.
I’m attaching both the Kitely OAR here — yes,it’s a single OAR that covers nine regions — plus the source terrain files (RAW and PNG) for each of the nine regions. The whole thing is released under the Enerific license — i.e., CC license, but no attribution required. (Really, where would you put the attribution, anyway? Carve it into the terrain rock?)
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported.