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Texturize a shape of multiple triangles in 2D
This is an example of a shape consisting of multiple points, triangles and eventually a shape: Red Dots = Vector3 (X, Y, Z) or Vector2 (X, Y) If I have a Texture of a certain size, how do I ...
Nov 23 '12 at 14:55
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