- Apr 9, 2021
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a long time ago someone on this forum described it this way: regular tile-mapping to parallax mapping is 20% of the work for 80% of the quality of parallax mapping. Basically parallax mapping means that you make a background picture in an image program like Photoshop and then use that as a map.How does this parallex mapping work?
What you should have done is to learn what the different tiles are intended for, and use them as they are supposed to be used.How else should I have handled this?