luis at anachreon.co.uk
Mon Dec 7 12:17:06 EST 2009
Well, after the better part of a couple of hours looking for the
site, I've managed to locate it:
http://www.molekular.co.uk/ By John Craig
Although it appears to be offline (available via Google cache) it had
a nice and simple sprite library.
On 4 Dec 2009, at 16:27, Luis wrote:
> Well the site (which if anyone has the link, please post it!) has
> an animation library that for the original poster's question would
> assist in learning a bit more on the 'vanilla' side of animation
> through rev.
> On Franklin3D: Will it include the irrKlang Audio component in the
> On 4 Dec 2009, at 16:13, Lynn Fredricks wrote:
>>> There was another animation library, but the name escapes me
>>> (and that doesn't help with a search...).
>>> Anyone got the link? I think it was a UK based site.
>> A little horn toot....
>> Sorry for the late reply - huge Christmas projects. Franklin 3D
>> has a 2D
>> animated sprite system. A huge advantage to using it is that it
>> can benefit
>> from any OpenGL or DirectX (depending on which you use) hardware
>> acceleration. This is something to seriously consider if you have
>> a lot of
>> animated characters on screen.
>> Best regards,
>> Lynn Fredricks
>> Paradigma Software
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