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I want to create a landscape with multiple planes and sculpting. I want to have a transition between the planes so I don't have a gap or overlap planes.

Could someone please help me?

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  1. Go to Edit - Preferences... Add-ons tab and search for LoopTools. Enable the add-on.
  2. Select both objects and press CTRL + J to join them.
  3. hold ALT and click right to the right edge of the left plane. THen hold SHIFT + ALT and click left to the left edge of the right plane.
  4. Right click and choose LoopTools -> Bridge

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  1. Press CTRL + R, hover over the bridge and use your mouse wheel to get a uniform density of loops across whole mesh.

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CtrlE > Edge Menu > Bridge Edge Loops does a lot more than bridge edge loops.

With these sort of settings:

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...it makes a very nice interpolation between adjacent surfaces:

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    $\begingroup$ Oh wow, I didn't know about this interpolation feature! $\endgroup$
    – YPOC
    Feb 1, 2021 at 11:43

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