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#Actualrnlf

Posted 28 February 2013 - 04:24 AM

Don't go for the 3d engine too quick. Take your time to really understand the basics of programming. Read books or online articles about efficiency and correctness. Do some serious work on 3d maths. Study other engines' structures. Blender may be interesting because it can show you how artists think about 3d data (and how that may differ from a programmer's perspective).

 

So, yes it is possible to write a polished 3d engine in C++, even on your own, but it is nothing you can do in a few months or (depending on your learning curve, spare time and motivation) even years. Keep that in mind. Also, if your goal is to write a game, write a game, not an engine.

 

Ruby is a fine language and I see no reason why it shouldn't be usable as a high level scripting language.

 

EDIT: Oops. Typo messed up the meaning.


#2rnlf

Posted 27 February 2013 - 02:40 AM

Don't go for the 3d engine too quick. Take your time to really understand the basics of programming. Read books or online articles about efficiency and correctness. Do some serious work on 3d maths. Study other engines' structures. Blender may be interesting because it can show you how artists think about 3d data (and how that may differ from a programmer's perspective).

 

So, yes it is possible to write a polished 3d engine in C++, even on your own, but it is nothing you can do in a few months or (depending on your learning curve, spare time and motivation) even years. Keep that in mind. Also, if your goal is to write a game, write a game, not an engine.

 

Ruby is a fine language and I see no reason why it should be usable as a high level scripting language.


#1rnlf

Posted 27 February 2013 - 02:39 AM

Don't go for the 3d engine too quick. Take your time to really understand the basics of programming. Read books or online articles about efficiency and correctness. Do some serious work on 3d maths. Study other engines structure. Blender may be interesting because it can show you how artists think about 3d data (and how that may differ from a programmer's perspective).

 

So, yes it is possible to write a polished 3d engine in C++, even on your own, but it is nothing you can do in a few months or (depending on your learning curve, spare time and motivation) even years. Keep that in mind. Also, if your goal is to write a game, write a game, not an engine.

 

Ruby is a fine language and I see no reason why it should be usable as a high level scripting language.


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