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    Senior Member ozmic66's Avatar
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    Bunnies!!..oh yea, physics too

    as a follow up to my last thread, here is a little bunny demo...
    its made up of 2d sprites, but soon will come the 3d models

    also, thanx opethrock for the model download link

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    I can think of little things more hilarious than bunnies that collide with rocks. I can't wait to see the 3d version of all this.

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    I would suggest putting up a .swf. Lots of people, including me don't want to run an .exe.

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    Well, this isn't in Flash... it's in Swift 3D, so you can only have a .exe.

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    Once again you dont fail to impress!! Did you do 2D on 3D or is it pure 2D at the moment? Reason I ask is I was wondering how you managed to get the texture to rotate correctly and how you detected collision with the exact image and not just a bounding box.

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    what i'm doing right now is using sprites in a 3d world, where all of the objects lie on the same point on the z-plane, so i reduced everything to 2D

    i get complex objects by combining a lot of particles together with constraints

    if your press 'r' in the demo you can see the particles

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