Tag Archives: Unity

Chapter 2: Main Menu Bar/File

By | March 8, 2019

Chapter 2: Main Menu Bar We’re going to look at Unity’s “Main Menu Bar.” In this lesson we’ll learn of Unity’s three most important file and folder types; “Project, Scene, and Package.” Crucially, we’ll learn which to use when and why. We will create a Project and a Scene. Briefly, we’ll examine building a Projectā€¦ Read More »

Tutorial Tues! Live Gamedev Lessons on Twitch!!!

By | August 29, 2017

You know twitch.tv as the game, and often, gamedev streaming video site. But why can’t it also be used for educational purposes, to host live lessons? Honestly, I’m sure someone has done that already. But when I do it, it will be better! šŸ™‚ Soon I’ll be streamingĀ live gamedev lessons on twitch!!! I’m in theā€¦ Read More »

Throwback Thursdays! Cape Creation in 3ds Max for use in Unity, a Cape Rigging Tutorial

By | August 24, 2017

Currently this is my most popular tutorial (soon to be overtaken by The XYZs of Sculpting Clothing Folds in Zbrush (Super fast beginner tutorial) )! Whether you need a caped crusader or a be-mantled baddie, this cape rigging tutorial is for you! In this cape rigging tutorial I’ll demonstrate cape creation in 3ds Max forā€¦ Read More »

Developer Blog – Object Pooling.

By | July 4, 2016

Object Pooling. In some ways, game development is a puppet show. You parade your characters across the stage, they hop about, and you swap them out for others. Obviously, unused puppets aren’t scrapped, they get reused. And you wouldn’t stitch together an entirely new puppet each time it needed to reappear, would you? Of courseā€¦ Read More »

Freebie Friday!

By | June 24, 2016

Last week’s Freebie Friday! introduced readers to “The Blacksmith: Characters,” an especially niceĀ free Package of character models from Unity. These characters would find themselves right at home in the “Viking Village,” another especially nice free Package from Unity. You can find it here: https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/29140 (Once again, it’s sadly telling that such great free art assetsā€¦ Read More »