I'm sorry, I don't even know what this is called so if it is in the wrong subforum, I apologize again. While I am asking for the work to be done for me, I'm not just some dumb kid (I'm 28) so either an answer or simply point me in the right direction would also be ok.
I'm trying to make a boat with independantly rotating turrets mounted to it. I need those turrets to stay in the same spot on the hull regardless of the direction the boat is facing. This is for a system that only uses (x,y) coordinates, and basic mathematics (+,-,x,\).
As you can see the boat's rotation point is currently (8.0,8.0) and the turret is at (9.0,8.0). As the boat turns that point will move and I would like to know at each frame it's current location on the grid. Like if the boat rotated 12 degrees counter-clockwise, where will the turret end up? (This coord will then be used to position the turret manually)