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Alienchild Offline
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Rainbow New tutorials

Hi

I've started making this awesome fabulous fantastic super-website with a ton of tutorials on HPL2. Currently I have 1!

In all seriousness, the website is just temporary. If this HPL2 modding is fun enough I'll create something proper. Right now the website is just for fun. As you can see the tutorial is rather short and to the point. If you have any tips/comments then I would be happy to add it.

Oh right, here's the link: --> this is a link <-- that was the link
09-21-2010 11:01 AM
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RE: Tutorial - 3dsmax 2010 to HPL2 (modelviewer)

added a new tut with some info on setting up a custom story, as well as example files to download to make the job easier
09-21-2010 12:56 PM
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RE: New tutorials

http://hpl2.frictionalgames.com/

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09-21-2010 01:22 PM
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RE: New tutorials

(09-21-2010 11:01 AM)Alienchild Wrote:  Hi

I've started making this awesome fabulous fantastic super-website with a ton of tutorials on HPL2. Currently I have 1!

In all seriousness, the website is just temporary. If this HPL2 modding is fun enough I'll create something proper. Right now the website is just for fun. As you can see the tutorial is rather short and to the point. If you have any tips/comments then I would be happy to add it.

Oh right, here's the link: --> this is a link <-- that was the link
Excellent Job! As you make the tutorial you are learning yourself. That's how I get going too by showing others how to start. You can see my attempts of making a GECK tutorial here: http://www.rivetcity.com . I haven't given up but got into more stuff.
I'm the kinda person that starts to do wonderful things but never finishes anything.

Looks like you'll be developing more webskills too as you go along.
Don't let any negative feedback stop you either.
I'm looking forward to more of this.

Jinix ~~~ZiXiZ~~~ OAP
09-21-2010 01:40 PM
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Alienchild Offline
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RE: New tutorials

(09-21-2010 01:22 PM)MulleDK19 Wrote:  http://hpl2.frictionalgames.com/

I personally can't stand Wikis for stuff like tutorials. Sure wikis like Wikipedia is awesome for looking up stuff like Bell's Inequality Theorem although I personally find Quantum Entanglement to be more in the realms of Meta-Physics, but when I want to learn something I want it to be more like a book; chapters and sections arranged neatly with an index. Oh and wikis have too much clutter and you can't have awesome stuff like spinning flaming skulls.

(09-21-2010 01:40 PM)Jinix Wrote:  Excellent Job! As you make the tutorial you are learning yourself. That's how I get going too by showing others how to start. You can see my attempts of making a GECK tutorial here: http://www.rivetcity.com . I haven't given up but got into more stuff.
I'm the kinda person that starts to do wonderful things but never finishes anything.

Looks like you'll be developing more webskills too as you go along.
Don't let any negative feedback stop you either.
I'm looking forward to more of this.

Thank you very much! I like your website, and I guess it's something along those lines I will create (hopefully). As for the gfx layout, this is more for fun at the moment so I didn't want to create anything that took longer then 3 minutes. I'll fix it up after I have content to fill it with.
09-21-2010 02:35 PM
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RE: New tutorials

Added the first tutorial about creating new materials. Also fixed a link in the second tutorial.
09-22-2010 10:16 AM
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MulleDK19 Offline
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RE: New tutorials

(09-21-2010 02:35 PM)Alienchild Wrote:  I personally can't stand Wikis for stuff like tutorials. Sure wikis like Wikipedia is awesome for looking up stuff like Bell's Inequality Theorem although I personally find Quantum Entanglement to be more in the realms of Meta-Physics, but when I want to learn something I want it to be more like a book; chapters and sections arranged neatly with an index. Oh and wikis have too much clutter and you can't have awesome stuff like spinning flaming skulls.

Eh. You can do all the stuff you just mentioned.

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09-22-2010 10:50 AM
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Alienchild Offline
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RE: New tutorials

Yeah I probably could, but I won't. I like to work on my own website, with my own indexing. I'll be adding lots of non-HPL2 stuff as well I reckon so that wouldn't fit on that wiki. If anyone want to add whatever I make to the wiki then that is fine, but currently none of the tutorials are written in a proper manner, and are more like notes then anything else.
09-22-2010 10:55 AM
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RE: New tutorials

(09-22-2010 10:55 AM)Alienchild Wrote:  and are more like notes then anything else.

Fine. Whatever.


PS: http://www.elearnenglishlanguage.com/dif...nthen.html

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09-22-2010 11:06 AM
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RE: New tutorials

The idea behind the wiki is to work together, like some have already begun to do, so the base that we added is constantly improved and added to. It helps the community and is of benefit for everyone.
09-22-2010 11:13 AM
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