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Author:
    FredFredrickson
Rating:
    9.1 (7 votes)
Type:
    Example
Language:
    GM 6
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Submitted:
    May 20, 2006
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3D Animated Water
Using floors that are drawn with different blend modes, transparencies, and moving at different directions, this example shows how to create looping, animated water. Use W,A,S, & D keys to move the camera around the scene.


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Quite interesting, Very nice effect.
Posted by Adventus May 20, 2006 6:01 - 11.6 years ago
| [#1]

Very nice effect. Just shows how much you can do with a little blending and a bit of code, eh?
Posted by Requiem May 20, 2006 6:08 - 11.6 years ago
| [#2]

very cool. could b very useful
Posted by DSG May 20, 2006 10:44 - 11.6 years ago
| [#3]

Thats awesome
Posted by Rez May 20, 2006 11:41 - 11.6 years ago
| [#4]

I mostly wanted to put this out because when I first got into 3D I had a tough time figuring out how to make large tiles planes look like they were moving like this, without having a really crummy jump in the animation, Hopefully someone out there finds it useful. :)
Posted by FredFredrickson May 20, 2006 12:59 - 11.6 years ago
| [#5]

Awesome effect :). My only complaint is the movement around the scene, but that's not the purpose of the example. Good job!
Posted by Obelisk May 30, 2006 0:55 - 11.6 years ago
| [#6]

Its really useful i could use this...
Posted by Az July 01, 2006 3:41 - 11.5 years ago
| [#7]

That could be part of a really good cutscreen. Very nice. Very nice. 10/10
Posted by Glen May 29, 2007 22:46 - 10.6 years ago
| [#8]

How do you remove the "Change directions when at edge of room" thing?
Posted by Weston404 May 30, 2008 20:43 - 9.6 years ago
| [#9]

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