Lets pick our flat shader back up. First we need to refactor the code we wrote during Part 1. Once that’s done lets move on to the next step of this project: adding a border. This will allow our standard shader to have two colors drawn. This enables a whole number of cool effects beyond just the standard border.
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Based on this What If post from my blog World of Zero: http://www.worldofzero.com/post/149060931242/creating-a-custom-flat-shader
Check out this projects source on GitHub: https://github.com/WorldOfZero/2D-Flat-Shape-Shader
Part 1: https://youtu.be/vPfRgBgCDdA
Next up: animating this shader to achieve even cooler effects.