Tag Archives: Virtual Reality

Chapter 3: Edit

By | March 11, 2019

Chapter 3: Edit In this lesson we’re going to be taking a look at the “Edit” drop-down menu. The Edit drop-down menu may seem extensive and tedious, but learning it will help provide a solid foundation for your future as a game developer working in Unity. The most important concepts here are those of “Tags… Read More »

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 Project… Read More »

Chapter 1: What is Unity and What Makes it Awesome?

By | March 4, 2019

First in a series of posts that reprints the unedited manuscript, No-Code VR Development Using Unity and Playmaker. Chapter 1: What is Unity and What Makes it Awesome? The history of video game development is relatively short yet decidedly dramatic. In turn borne of revolutionary technology and revolutionizing technology, its history has at times been… Read More »

Paleoart Process: Feathered Rex

By | October 1, 2016

Paleoart Process: Feathered Rex Modeling a dinosaur pits artistry against accuracy. Which is more important, popularity or plausibility? Perception or reality? Art or science? For the paleoartist, science is of utmost importance. A paleoartist strives to depict prehistoric life according to the latest scientific findings. A paleoartist should only take artistic liberties to address questions… Read More »

Re: Alpha Planes

By | September 30, 2016

It seems the problem with adding alpha planes as InsertMeshes is that they don’t retain their UVs. So my workflow is as such: Create planes in max, assign UVs Add planes as InsertMeshes to model in zBrush Split to subtools, paste UVs to 100+ planes by hand Export each 100+ planes by hand Download script… Read More »

Great Deformation!

By | September 29, 2016

Using this thing called “Skin Utilities,” which was mentioned in the most recent Tutorial Tuesday! post, I was able to iron out most of the feathery Rex’s jagged, exploding, starburst wrinkles. I’m working on uploading the repaired model to Sketchfab.com as we speak. I’ve left the alpha planes, which will give the impression of unkempt… Read More »