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I was following this tutorial on how to make a cliff, but what works for him doesn't work for me. He makes an image as a plane and is able to loop cut and subdivide it, use a subdivision surface modifier and displace it to make the plane have bumps on it. However, when I do the exact same thing, when I get to the displace modifier, it instead moves it a distance along the y axis and not create bumps. Here is his result: enter image description here

Here is my result (it doesn't matter how big the number is in the view section of the subsurf modifier, by the way): enter image description here

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You are using a different version of Blender than what is used in the tutorial. I believe in older versions of Blender the default displacement texture that gets added when you press 'New' on the modifier is a 'Clouds' texture, which causes the displacement. In newer versions of Blender it seems that the default texture that is added is an 'Image' texture, but until you actually load an image in the texture panel, nothing will happen, hence no immediate displacement.

You should be able to just continue with the tutorial as normal. In the next step he actually explains how to change the texture type from 'Clouds' to 'Image' anyway. When he explains how to do this you can just change it to 'Clouds' for a second to see that you are in fact getting the same results.

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