Or if it were very popular and successful.PFC wrote: the time it would take would be more than any normal person would be willing to spend on that. Perhaps if you had governments trying to crack it it would be different.
What Christo saidchristo wrote:But on the bright side it is not publicly visible which means the hacker would have to know how to perform reflection and not be able to access the function as simply as just calling it.
That looks pretty neat, Blacko. Hey, do you only do sculpting and modeling, or have you messed around with skeletons, rigging and animation?Blacko wrote:My old 3d human head - Made a Bump map + (quick)Texture + Normal mapping all in Sculptris, then exported it to Blender.
That looks pretty slick! I love the look and design of the levels you've built there.VisionaryCynic wrote:I've been working on a game in Blender for a while now and just released this trailer. The frame rate's terrible but at least you can kind of see the gameplay.