So, I submitted my terrain series to digg. Let’s see if anyone diggs it?
See the step-by-step of building a terrain rendering engine. This series starts off in a world of blue wireframe and develops into a nice texture-mapped world of mountains and valleys. You can read the technical details behind development, or just gaze at the pretty pictures.
UPDATE: Later. Nope. Only six people found it interesting. Tough crowd. Tough crowd.
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3 thoughts on “digg – Submit Item”
I’d have dugg it if I had found it then.
But now that it’s on metafilter, chances are that it’ll be re-submitted to digg and delicious (I did post it in delicious…).
Thanks! I don’t read delicious so I didn’t think of it.
Thanks for reading. :)
The way their system works, that really means little. In fact, knowing digg, take it as a compliment.
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