Experience: I have experience in Galaxy, though I am not an expert. I'm learning C+ + and did a lot of JASS and vJASS coding back in Warcraft 3
Why? I'm hoping to join a team in order to gain more experience, because it would allow me to focus more on coding than if I make my own map. Though right now I'm only using Galaxy, I am planning to learn Andromeda as well in the future.
Additional Skills: I also have some experience in Data, though it is very limited. I've also worked on Terrain, you can find my work I submitted for a WTE here
That can't be real. Did you really take a screenshot and actually hide the units like that? From the second one it seems like they would be showing. That is just epic on so many levels.
Yup. If you look very close in the original you can see the top of the colossus and a little bit of blue from the zealots that are on the path. The main difference between them is the camera angle, the first one is more head on so the rocks and cliffs hide the units, while the second is more of a birds eye view
@Inferno002: I agree with Mozared that the rock spires could be a little more obvious, but that's still pretty kickass
@Eltonbrand - I believe I have what you want using custom movers and a few Site Operation actors, but until I get my Retail SC2 patcher working I can't make a test map to confirm. When I work out my issue, I'll throw up a map so you can see if it's what you had in mind :)
Ideally both, I want an actor be rotating in place while orbiting another actor. I believe getting the actor to rotate is done through turrets, but it looks like they can only be added to units, not actors
I'm not entirely sure if this is related to this tutorial or not, but figured it couldn't hurt to post. I was wondering how to create revolving actors, like the WC3 Sphere ability. Would this be done through hosting and site ops?