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I'm currently creating a 3d game where I need to rotate shapes. To do se, I created a rotation matrix for each axis, X, Y and Z. X and Y are giving me expected results, but not Z who kind of "inverts the shape". I need it to rotate like it would rotate a 2d shape.

Here is the Z matrix :

zRotation.matrix[0][0] = cosf(rotationAngles.z);
zRotation.matrix[1][0] = -sinf(rotationAngles.z);
zRotation.matrix[0][1] = sinf(rotationAngles.z);
zRotation.matrix[1][1] = cosf(rotationAngles.z);
zRotation.matrix[2][2] = 1;

Here is what it looks like : https://imgur.com/a/3YR4Nlc

PS : The game have an isometric perspective.

EDIT : Here is how I do matrix * vector

vec3 operator *(vec3 operand){
    //multiply vector by matrix

    vec3 result = vec3((operand.x * matrix[0][0]) + (operand.x * matrix[1][0]) + (operand.x * matrix[2][0]) + (operand.x * matrix[3][0]), (operand.y * matrix[0][1]) + (operand.y * matrix[1][1]) + (operand.y * matrix[2][1]) + (operand.y * matrix[3][1]), (operand.z * matrix[0][2]) + (operand.z * matrix[1][2]) + (operand.z * matrix[2][2]) + (operand.z * matrix[3][2]));
    return result;
}

(Fourth element is always 0)

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Why is the example animated? The example code should give a single fixed rotation. Are you changing the rotationAngles.z value? \$\endgroup\$ – Jay Mar 13 at 19:23
  • \$\begingroup\$ Are you sure you are multiplying the vertices correctly? \$\endgroup\$ – Bálint Mar 13 at 19:26
  • \$\begingroup\$ @Jay, Yes, I increase it to see the rotation clearly. \$\endgroup\$ – Telno Mar 13 at 19:36
  • \$\begingroup\$ @Bálint I edited the post to show how I multiply vertices and matrices \$\endgroup\$ – Telno Mar 13 at 19:38
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Something's not quite right here. If you take the matrix and multiply it with the vector by hand, you'll get

$$\vec v(x\cdot cos(\theta)-x\cdot sin(\theta), y\cdot sin(\theta)+y\cdot cos(\theta), 0)$$

When it should be

$$\vec v(x\cdot cos(\theta)-y\cdot sin(\theta), x\cdot sin(\theta)+y\cdot cos(\theta), 0)$$

(notice the \$x\$ and \$y\$)

The problem actually lies in your vector multiplication function. When we multiply a matrix by a vector, we are basically taking the dot products of the vector and every row of the matrix. What you are doing is multiplying every element of a row by the same coordinate. So your code should be something like this instead:

vec3 result = vec3(operand.x * matrix[0][0] + operand.y * matrix[1][0] + operand.z * matrix[2][0], operand.x * matrix[0][1] + operand.y * matrix[1][1] + operand.z * matrix[2][1], operand.x * matrix[0][2] + operand.y * matrix[1][2] + operand.z * matrix[2][2]);
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  • \$\begingroup\$ I was searching for that mistake for so long ! Thanks for to answering my posts ! \$\endgroup\$ – Telno Mar 13 at 21:00

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