Yea you suck at explaining. Oh and I think kiwi can take it from here bro...OfficerFlake wrote:So basically what I've been saying this whole time.kiwiflieger wrote:pixel brightness (0-255) * height amplification = final grid height
I mean, have I explained this poorly or...?
You could do that. The height is based of the LUMINANCE value of the pixel, Colors are irrelevant.BARRACUZ wrote:It cant be a max of like 180,43,189?
Colors can be defined by Red, Green, Blue, or Hue, Saturation, Luminence. Full white is 255 luminence, regardless of hue and saturation levels. Full black is 0 luminence, regardless of hue and saturation. It would be best to think of the light level in regards to luminence.
I tried explaining in RGB as this is what everyone is most familiar with.
You could use colors but they would have NO impact on the grid height - just the luminance of the pixel is all that matters.
JK, JK ,JK. Youre doing a great job. Im just an ass thats all. Feel free to belittle me.
Ok so im slowly getting it now. I went into my image editor (paint.net) hit grey scale, image turned grey, used the pick a color tool and went into the andvanced color selector. Here I noticed that the RGB values are all the same as in theyre 31,31,31 or 102,102,102. Is this the pixel brightness/luminence you were talking about? I thought there was supposed to be a seperate option for pixel brightness so I assumed it was that opacitity alpha option