I know that to rotate for just one object being drawn I need to rotate at the origin and then move it to where I want it to be. This is easy for the base object but I need the second part to to also stay in the right position relative to that base object. At no angle this is accomplished by giving it the offset (x+2,y+3) like I said before, but when I rotate it obviously the slope is now going to change. I need to account for this change so the part stays "in its correct place". I need to know how the rotation effects the slope of part two.
I hope I explained this well.
Edited by GDsnakes, 08 October 2012 - 07:33 PM.