Learn how to create your own game environments with Blender, Photoshop, and Unity! Discover how to bring your own game designs to life by using Blender and Unity in a more integrated way than you may have seen before.
Build your skills so that you can create your own game environments in Blender.
Create Your Own Game Environments!
Learning to create your own game environments opens the door for you to create the incredible video games you've always dreamed of. Blender is free to download and use for any purpose and has proven itself to be a powerful tool for independent and commercial projects all over the world.
Blender provides an excellent low-cost way to learn the fundamentals of 3D modeling, texturing, and rendering. Since 1995, it has been growing in features and usage in the animation and visual effects industry.
Content and Overview
In this course we will use Blender and Unity in an integrated way to create a run-down apartment game environment. We will establish a pipeline process between Blender and Unity and go over different ways of organizing your game projects.
You will learn about game modeling, UV mapping, texturing, and lighting as we build the environment. This course will also discuss the use of Adobe Photoshop and Substance Painter when texturing game assets.
"I love your tutorials! For the first time, I'm able to understand Blender! Thank you so much!" -Jade W
"Great work, Darrin. You make a great teacher as well as a fantastic 3D artist. I really appreciate your work; can't wait to see what you do next! -theLegendofSamuel
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Darrin Lile is an animator, developer, and Blender Foundation Certified Trainer teaching courses in computer animation and game development. He received Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Film and Media Studies from the University of Kansas and has worked as an animator, a producer of educational films, a sound editor for film and television, and as a computer security analyst.