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repeating background

Posted on 2011-05-07
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In 3D how do you do repeating backgrounds?
The issues of displaying a road for example in a car race (just straight head track with a few curves. NOt a loop.
Question by:jagguy
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Here's a tutorial that may be helpful to you

I suspect that your image will go from top to bottom rather than left to right, but the idea is similar.

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I asked for 3D so that means the road will go into the screen.
I can already do 2D scrolling
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