Blender and Unity: How to create low poly animal that shoot
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Blender and Unity: How to create low poly animal that shoot

A Beginner guide on how to create low poly animal that shoot fire, lightning and water with animation
4.4 (4 ratings)
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62 students enrolled
Created by Phu Tze Pang
Last updated 6/2017
English
Current price: $10 Original price: $25 Discount: 60% off
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  • 1 Supplemental Resource
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What Will I Learn?
  • Student will be able to create a low poly fox from scratch
  • Student will be able to create a low poly turtle from scratch
  • Student will be able to create multiple animation for the animal they created
  • Student will be able to make their animal shoot fire, lightning and water
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Requirements
  • Student just need to install free Blender on their computer
  • Student just need to install free Unity3D on their computer
Description

What the course offer

My course will teach you how to create a low poly fox and turtle from scratch using Blender and adding multiple animation for them. After animal are done, I will show you how to import your animal into Unity3D and adding multiple elemental magic for them such as fire, lightning and water so that your animal can shoot magic. 

I designed this course to be easily understood by absolute beginners. You just need to follow step by step to complete your games. You do not need to buy anything else, every tool and software you needed can be downloaded free. 

If you want to create a simple yet awesome games quickly, please give it a try and you wont be disappointed.

Who is the target audience?
  • Student who want to learn how to create low poly animal should take this course
  • Student who want to quickly learn how to make animal shoot elemental magic should take this course
  • Student who want to learn how to create high poly, high definition animal should not take this course
Curriculum For This Course
23 Lectures
02:51:50
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Creating the fox in Blender from scratch
11 Lectures 01:14:46

Here I will show you the 3 basic move of Blender, which is how to rotate, zoom and move object

Blender 3 Basic move
01:14

In this lecture I will show you how to build a fox head from scratch

Creating fox head using Blender
09:12

Here I will show you how to add eye and shaping the fox head

Adding Eye and Shaping fox head
08:36

Here I will show you how to add fox body and creating 4 legs for the fox

Creating fox body and 4 legs
09:54

Here I will show you how to create the fox tail

Creating fox tail
06:02

Here I will show you how to join all the fox parts together and recolour the fox

Joining all fox parts together and recolour
04:05

In Blender, only one side of the face have colour while the other side don't have, so when you join all the fox parts together, some of the face turn upside down, so you need to recalculate normal to make sure all face pointing outward. Otherwise you will see that some part of your fox have very dark colour.

Recalculate normal for the fox in Blender
01:44

Here I will show you how to add bone/armature to the fox so that later we can pose the fox

Creating Bones for the fox
09:58

Here I will show you how to add 3 animation for the fox, you can add more if you want

Creating 3 animations for the fox
10:46

Here I will show you how to export the fox from Blender into Unity and then create 3 button to run the 3 animation of the fox that you created.

Preview 11:26
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Creating Turtle in Blender from scratch
8 Lectures 01:03:28

In this lecture I will show you how to create a turtle head using Blender from scratch

Creating Turtle head using Blender
08:04

Here I will show you how to add eye and mouth to the turtle

Add eye and mouth to the turtle
06:34

Here I will show you how to create turtle body

Creating Turtle Body
05:01

Here I will show you how to create turtle arm

Creating Turtle Arm
09:08

Here I will show you how to create turtle leg

Creating Turtle Leg
06:25

Here I will show you how to create turtle bone and armature

Creating Turtle Bone
09:40

Here I will show you how to add 2 animation to the turtle

Creating Turtle Animation
07:43

Here I will show you how to export the turtle from Blender into Unity and then create 2 button to run the 2 animation of the turtle that you created.

Export Turtle into Unity and play in Unity
10:53
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Create Fire, Lightning and Water shooting effect for the fox
4 Lectures 33:36

In this lecture I will show you how to create button and instantiate object

Creating Button and Script
14:49

In this lecture I will show you how to import fire, lightning and water assets into the games and instantiate them using the script you created earlier

Import Fire, Lightning and Water assets
08:15

In this lecture I will show you how to import the fox and modify the 3 elemental effect so that your fox can shoot properly

Import fox and modify the 3 elemental effect
08:26

In this lecture I will show you how to fix all error and build into playable executable games so you can share it with everyone

Preview 02:06
About the Instructor
Phu Tze Pang
4.7 Average rating
41 Reviews
408 Students
5 Courses
Programmer

Hi, My name is Freddy Phu Tze Pang and I work as a programmer for more than 10 years. During my free time, I like to create computer games for fun. I used to use java as my programming tool to code for android but ever since Unity been launched, I have been using Unity to create games.