You know how they say that video games are all about the story? Well, in this tutorial we’ll be looking at what goes on behind-the-scenes and recreating one of those pesky billboards. We’ll take a look at how it’s done step by step so you can create your own for any game or animation project!
Billboards are an often overlooked, but very important element in 3D world. They’re always computed and automatically face the camera no matter what side you’re on!
In older games, they were used to save on memory and time so character sprites would be billboard. In modern ones it’s mainly for performance purposes; most of these effects can make the engine do less work like smoke or explosions when in reality you only want them at certain moments during gameplay because its graphics intensive process takes up resources from other things happening around your screen such as moving enemies or running away from something big coming towards me!.
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