Is this possible:
I want to be able to draw a polygon where each node specifies
a colour quad (RGBA/...) and then the fill of the shape is
interpolated between the verticies.
Imagine a triangle with a red corner, blue corner and yellow corner.
At the points of the triangle it's solid colour, but then towards
the middle it gradually fades into the next colour.
I guess this is the same as OpenGL programming where you set the
vetex colour, and it shade-fills.
Anyway, I thought this would look great.
PS> Maybe you could do it with layers of gradients.
(apologies for the crud below)
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