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Old 23-03-2006, 09:01 AM   #1
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Default Vertex Colouring?

I'm currently reading a book called 'Creating the Art for the Game' which I must admit has told me things that I would never imagine involved in games. My problem is, understanding Vertex colouring and its purposes, the book uses and example of making a glass 'cup' transparant by basically using no material or shader but by painting the vertex colouring and giving them a transparancy. What are other uses for this method? Any explainations would be great.

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yeah, I'm also stuck with that vertex coloring and it's kinda weird to color vetex. so, I also need help.
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