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Eric Vaughn

My tutorial on how to make seamless textures

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I'm currently in the process of setting up a new Doom website, mostly for textures that I am making and tutorials on how to make your own. I have my own game company where I produce the graphics for all of our games and I've realized that the techniques I use to make graphics in our more modern games are quite applicable to making Doom graphics. Since I love Doom so much, I decided to make a site for that very purpose.

I've registered http://www.advanceddoom.com to put the site on but I am still waiting for my host to sort that out.

In the mean time, here's the first tutorial which I have finished today: http://www.electricretard.com/doom/tut01.html

I hope to have the full site up in a few days. I'd just like to know what you guys think of the layout and tutorial style.

Please point out my spelling and grammar mistakes, I am very anal about those.

Thanks.

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The tutorial's a good read even if I'm not a metal fan. Here's a few errors I've found - listed by step number.

Step 2 - grainey
Step 3 - to there standards, skip this step to step 3
Step 4 - frusterating
Step 6 - summerize
Step 7 - straight forward (twice), if haven't used,

Good luck with the new site.

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Eric Vaughn said:

I'd just like to know what you guys think of the layout and tutorial style.

I don't like the way the text doesn't fit in the browser window when using 800x600 screen resolution.

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Ajapted said:

I don't like the way the text doesn't fit in the browser window when using 800x600 screen resolution.


Oh, I'm sorry about that. I've been making sites for 1024x768 resolution for years now :(

First time anyone's complained.

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Pixels are in short supply in northern Tasmania but I hear a lot of people up there manage to cope by zooming webpages out a couple of steps. ;-)

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If anyone is interested, I have the finished website up now at http://www.advanceddoom.com

I still need to put up some textures and maps, but hopefully I'll have something in there very soon.

I will probably make an official announcement in the Doom Editing subforum once I have something to show off in all of the site sections.

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