C2 plugin for 3D Engines

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Post » Sat Dec 20, 2014 1:56 am

I like to work with C2 but it has no 3D Engine, to work in isometric view is possible (difficult and limited), but "real" 3D is much better. I wanna work with BlenderGame Engine or/and Leadwerks Game Engine. Basic of BlenderGame Engine isn't so difficult, but for Leadwerks Game Engine i have to learn Lua scripting. I would be glad when i could install a C2 plugin (adapted for 3D) in these engines. I bought Leadwerks because it supports Oculus Rift, blender import and light/shadow quality.
I tested Q3D demos, but this quality isn't so good.

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Post » Sat Dec 20, 2014 12:36 pm

Please, pay attention to what and where you are posting.
Moved this topic to "Open topic", because that what it is, nothing to see with website issue.

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Post » Sat Dec 20, 2014 2:40 pm

I don't wanna stop to use C2, because i could work fast with it. Example it is good to create 2D, isometric games, prototypes for 3D and software apps. By the way i bought Spriter Pro, because i can use it with C2!
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Post » Sun Dec 21, 2014 6:44 am

Why is Q3D quality "not so good". It uses all the latest WebGL tech, and in fact is as good as html5 3D in games gets right now, I make it a point to ensure the code is as performant as I can, and try to support as many features as i can.
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Post » Sun Dec 21, 2014 7:35 am

@QuaziGNRLnose
I might record and show you.
Your tank demo has clipping mistake. Your head demo has no collisiondetection so i can't chek this. Your morphing walking demo: less polygon models. When key released, models walkcycle don't stop, i don't no why. Last morphing demo looks not so good. For me it is no matter which technologie you use. Compare to Blender and leadwerks i can not say that your engine has the same quality, that's why not so good, sorry.
Can you program a interface between leadwerks and C2? Shadertool for Blender(?) looks good but scripting is not mine. I think i would buy interface between c2 and leadwerks.
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Post » Sun Dec 21, 2014 8:01 am

Leadwerks and Blender aren't running in a browser, not really a fair comparison. In any case, high poly models are possible and preventing camera clipping is up to a user to implement, not a limitation/mistake in Q3D.
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Post » Sun Dec 21, 2014 8:16 am

QuaziGNRLnose wrote:Leadwerks and Blender aren't running in a browser, not really a fair comparison.

I didn't say that your engine is not good. For me it is not important that an engine running in a browser. Leadwerks runs on Android, so it doesn't matter that it doesn't run in a browser. Compare q3d with my isometric view is not so easy to say which technic is better.
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Newest: Blue and red arrows
Latest update: Blue and red arrows

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