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Program Announcements / 3 DBP tech demos

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David T
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Posted: 19th Sep 2002 20:23
Here are the 3 tech demos I have made so far. I am concentrating on particles at the moment, and the brilliant effects possible.

-http://www.aozf28.dsl.pipex.com/DBPExplosion.zipExplosion
-http://www.aozf28.dsl.pipex.com/DBP_Fireworks.zip Fireworks
-http://www.aozf28.dsl.pipex.com/FirePaint.zipPainting with fire

Here is a screenshot of Painting with Fire in action:
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Puffy
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Posted: 20th Sep 2002 03:48
nice
cYanide
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Posted: 28th Sep 2002 08:36
ok for a newbie but hardly awesome just dont cls and draw

David T
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Posted: 29th Sep 2002 16:08
Well, I'm hardly a newbie to DB - and CLS-ing has nothing to do with it - I sync every loop. And the drawing is not normal drawing.

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Ravey
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Posted: 3rd Nov 2002 12:20
David - i like your demos

Soldat seems to be an expert (!) I wonder how many commercial games he has released...
Shadow Robert
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Posted: 3rd Nov 2002 12:26
arn't these from your Particle Studio thingie?

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David T
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Posted: 3rd Nov 2002 13:50
Please take note that I wrote these within 24 hours of getting DBP. I spent my first evening trying to get any old code to work, and I got up the next morning and felt inspired

Well, it was the incredibly hard Particle configuring that led me to think "Why can't there be an easy to use tool that does this for you?" and so I wrote DBPS (In 2 evenings).

By the way, I recently squashed out a bug in DBPS that made your save file be called "A_SOURCE_CODE.dba" (weird, a line of code had been put in that I didn't put there) but went to test it and found my fountain had disappeared. It was a Patch 2 bug.

I love Star Trek.
Especially the Episodes with Starships in.
Shadow Robert
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Posted: 3rd Nov 2002 16:09
But the new particle functions sets actually make particles extremely easi and simple to setup :\

or atleast i thought they did, but then again i'm used to VRML particles, and 3D Package Particle setups

Anata aru kowagaru no watashi!
David T
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Posted: 9th Nov 2002 16:02
Just to let you know DBPS 2 is on the way, with proper export (bug with last version - saved as "A_SOURCE_CODE.dba").

I love Star Trek.
Especially the Episodes with Starships in.

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