I really love the new forest you create!
It looks really nice and nothing to complain
but other bioms and other areas you posted screenshots, especially the desert looks not as good as the forest and hills.
For these areas please:
Look at differerent photos of real life bioms.
Look how they are builded and build them with your rocks, terrain, surfaces and plants.
How are the slopes? Where do grow plants with which plants? How look rock formations in the different bioms? a.s.o
Create landscape pictures, which look pleasant to the eye.
Especially the desert biom screenshot you send looks nice, but there are just placed plants random on the desert. Here a plant there a plant... But maybe it is better to create plant groupes as example?
Copy these structures inside Rising World and randomize them.
Especially the "her a plant there a plant" is not that nice.
And dont make beside the forest a desert or a polar region, after the forest comes the grassland with some bushes or also called grass steppe, than a dry land with dry water riverbeds and there are just view plants which dont want much sunlight in shady areas below a huge rock and plants which dont need much water like some dry bushes and knobby little trees here and there, and finally the desert.
I want to say, please make bioms in-between the forest area and the polar regions which named tundra.
Maybe the climate zones should also right in order:
Tropical climate zones lie near the Equator and have continually high temperatures and high precipitation. All months have average temperatures above 64 degrees F (18 degrees C), and 59 plus inches (1,499 mm) of annual rainfall is normal.
Dry or arid climate zones experience high temperatures year-round, but little annual precipitation.
Temperate climates exist in Earth’s middle latitudes and are influenced by both the land and water that surrounds them. In these zones, wider temperature ranges are experienced throughout the year, and seasonal variations are more distinct.
Continental climates also exist in the mid-latitudes, but as the name implies, they’re generally found at the interiors of large landmasses. These zones are characterized by temperatures that swing from cold in winter to warm in summer, and moderate precipitation that occurs mostly in the warmer months or as snowstorms in the colder months.
Polar climate zones are too harsh to support vegetation. Both winters and summers are very cold, and the warmest month has an average temperature below 50 degrees F (10 degrees C).2
In later years, scientists added a sixth major climate zone—the highland climate. It includes the variable climates found in the world’s high mountain regions and plateaus.
And please make different kind of mushrooms inside the woods.