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Busy busy busy busy :@

It’s been more than a month since my last post, I didn’t run out of ideas yet! but I’m really busy with college & its projects :(.

One of the projects I’m working on is a game for a Graphics project. it’s a third person shooter game, you can watch this short video to get an idea about the game πŸ˜€

Stuff to share later when I get the time to:

1-XNA Glow effect (post processing) : how to make your models glow!


Glowing Effect : Look how the red parts of the object are glowing, the glow extends towards the out side of the mesh

2-Third Person Shooter aiming :aiming in third person shooter is trickier than aiming in first person shooter.

3-FuchsGUI v2.0

4-Publish a project called ArtillerySimulation : which surprisingly is an artillery simulation in XNA4 😐 , the project was finished a long time ago, it wasn’t publishedΒ  until now for reasons like:

a. Not all the code is mine

b. I will never ever think about publishing it without making an awesome trailer which needs time :P.


Just a quick screen shot :D, Ownership of the models is preserved in the credits πŸ˜›

5-Cool explosion postprocessing effect :Β  like the picture below πŸ™‚


Explosion post process smudges the screen from the explosion point to other pixels, makes the scene much more realistic when something explodes πŸ˜›

By the way :), the blog has reached more than 10,000 hits (almost 2,500 visits to home page), I know that this is not a big number, but it makes me happy!
Well :D, that’s all for now let’s just hope I pass the exams!

  1. Dane411
    30/05/2011 at 12:48 am

    Also the motion blur looks so nice! πŸ˜€
    ps: I would hide the default cursor as u’ve already a cooler one πŸ˜‰

    • Fuchs
      31/05/2011 at 8:03 am

      No motion blur yet :D, it’s just the explosion post process, I’m not sure about the differences but I guess I could use the same effect for motion blur ;).

      About the cursor : Actually it’s hidden but the program I used to record the window (TechSmith Camtasia Studio) shows the cursor no matter what, maybe there’s something in the settings I need to change :P.

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