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2D All the way! / [SOLVED] Creating Heightmap In Code

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3dzforme
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Posted: 5th Jan 2020 09:23 Edited at: 5th Jan 2020 10:03
Hi all,

I've just purchased AGK2 Studio and am delving in for the first time. I've a little experience doing stuff in Blitz3D (aka Blitzplotter) and I thought I'd have a pop at:

1. Creating a simple grayscale heightmap
2. Copying the created image
3. Using said image to create a terrain

My initial searches for heightmap generation may have benefited from filtering for AGK2 Studio specific examples....

Anyway, many thanks for this example code shown in this locked thread here:

https://forum.thegamecreators.com/thread/221459

Its got me well on my way..... Have had an initial stab at getting an additional line plotted alongside the original elliptically plotting pixel.

I'd appreciate some help with where I'm going wrong.....

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Posted: 5th Jan 2020 10:06
Hi all,

I attempted to edit my first post - and clobbered all of it somehow. Anyway, I'm new to AppGameKit studio, and would appreciate some assistance in plotting a second pixel, moving to the right horizontally:


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Posted: 6th Jan 2020 18:47
Slow progress - progress nonetheless:

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Posted: 6th Jan 2020 19:12 Edited at: 6th Jan 2020 19:30
And here is some lovely heightmappery - only had AppGameKit Studio a couple of days, happy days indeed



And the heightmap rendered, woo hoo!

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Got there in the end - happy days.

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