Intro to shaders: 2D and 3D water

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In this hands-on video series, you will create your first water shaders in 2D and in 3D. If you’re new to shaders, you should start 2D, because you need some basic understanding of the shading language, vertex and fragment shaders, to build upon. 3D adds quite a bit of complexity when it comes to writing shader programs, as you will see in the third video.

Download the source code

Download the to the shader project here to follow along: 2d_water_shader.zip.

It comes with a start folder to follow along with the 2D tutorials, and an end folder that contains the final code.

You will find the 3D water project on this GitHub repository. We didn’t include it here as it is a little heavy.