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How do I draw anti-aliased holes in a bitmap
I have an artillery game (hobby-learning project) and when the projectile hits it leaves a hole in the ground. I want this hole to have antialiased edges. I'm using System.Drawing for this. I've tried ...
Jun 5 '11 at 16:15
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