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Does anyone know of any sites or explain to me how to have a graphics semi transparent, like fog or clouds, using directx 7 (direct draw)?

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First of all, it''s called translucency.
Second, there are a few tutorials in the articles section.
I don''t remember exactly what section it''s under, but probably
graphics&theory(?)...oh, and you''re most likely looking for
alpha-blending...

However, if you haven''t figured out how to retrieve and plot
pixels in directdraw yet, I suggest you find out how to do that
first.

Good luck ^_^

-Hyatus
"da da da"

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Inserts standard 'learn about colour' link here: *Splonk!*
EDIT: Also, look up Perlin Noise. Here's Hugo Elias' site, which describes it, clouds and other pretty things.

Alimonster

"If anyone can show me, and prove to me, that I am wrong in thought or deed, I will gladly change. I seek the truth, which never yet hurt anybody. It is only persistence in self-delusion and ignorance which does harm." -- Marcus Aurelius

[edited by - Alimonster on March 24, 2002 7:18:08 PM]

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