Thursday, January 31, 2002

New File: Hi again. I was going to wait until next week for this, but I felt it was time you had access to the source code that Dmitry Pryadkin kindly put together for this site. The source code, allows you to take 3D objects that you've created in a 3D package such as 3DS Max, and display them using DirectX in Delphi. This is done by converting the exported .ase format into a format that can be read easily by DirectX. All the source code can be downloaded from the Files section, and you can also read a tutorial I've written on using it.

Next week I'll be updating the site with one or two new tutorials, as well as providing printable versions of all the tutorials for your 'printing enjoyment'. You can see how this will look when you go to the tutorial I've written about Dmitry's files.

Ben (4:21 PM)

Tuesday, January 01, 2002

Happy New Year to all of you who've visited the site over the last year, (and the years before that). I hope you will continue to visit this year, and that 2002 is as good as it can be!

For those interested, the Quake II source code was updated a couple of days ago to version 3.21, details of which you can find at Blue News. I don't know what the differences are to the version which was released a few days before Christmas, but there you have it anyway.

There will be a lot of new additions to the site in 2002, including new writers of tutorials in addition to mine, so make sure you return ;-)

Happy New Year once again,
Ben Watt

Ben (1:26 AM)

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