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Where am I supposed to learn D3D?

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#1 kieren_j   Members   

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Posted 31 October 1999 - 08:23 AM

Where am I supposed to learn D3D?
I'm looking for some sort of tutorial for real beginners to 3D engines...the example projects with the SDK I find are crap.
Anybody know a site?

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Posted 30 October 1999 - 05:13 AM

Look over at GPMega (www.perplexed.com/GPMega), there should be
a tutorial called DrawPrimitive by Mark Feldman.
It's pretty basic.

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Posted 31 October 1999 - 08:23 AM

Though many programmers on this forum (such as myself) believe that d3drm is worthless when it comes to game programming, it's a damm good place to start, especially if you're new to 3d programming. If you're interested in d3drm then "The Awsome Power Of Direct3D/DirectX" is a great book for it."

If you want the lower level d3d im there's
a "supposedly" good book on C++ game programming with d3dim which will be published in November '99.

Check out www.amazon.com or www.borders.com for these books.

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