Do you find it annoying when you have to keep setting up you assets every time? Wouldn't it be great to share your assets properly? This course is for you.
This introduction to asset management between Blender an unity is currently in its complete form, no further lectures are planned to be added.
It is an intermediate course so you will need to know your way around Blender and Unity.
This course will take you step by step though the beginnings of the asset pipeline.
Sometimes you have found a model and it isn't ready for use in Unity, we will be covering:
See you on the course!
Welcome to the Course!
Michael and Ben introduce themselves and discuss what this course is all about.
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Excellent you should now be all setup and ready to take this course!
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Welcome to Section 2!
Michael is going to introduction you to the fundamentals of importing a model from Blender into Unity.
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This Quiz will test the knowledge you have gained during this section
Excellent job, you now have learnt all the fundamentals of Importing a model from Blender into Unity.
Armed with the knowledge you can move on the the next section and get Texturing!
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Welcome to Section 3!
Here Michael Introduces what you will be covering in this section.
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This quiz will test you knowledge of knowledge covered up to this point.
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In This Video…
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Michael and Ben Wrap up Section 3 of the 3D Model Mastery
Hi, I'm Ben. I have a degree in computing from Imperial College London, and a physics diploma from the Open University.
I started working for myself at the age of 15, and never looked back. I explored careers as varied as being a commercial pilot, stunt-man, rock climbing instructor, and more. None of these provided a continued challenge, and stable income in the same way technology does.
After building and selling a home computer support business, I became an angel investor and business mentor here in Cambridge UK. I fell in love with teaching game development through one of my investments, and I now spend all of my time sharing my passion with people like you.
I can't wait to help you experience the fulfilment, and financial freedom, that having a deep understanding of technology brings.
So why not start learning to make games with me and my team now?
See you soon!
I am a self confessed technology geek, and love teaching people new things.
I think it is a real shame that so many people carry around such wonderfully capable devices yet do nothing but the basics on them. Computers, laptops tablets and smart phones can do much more than most people know. I would like to guide, reassure and educate people in using their technology to add to their lives
I have been playing, yes playing, with technology for as long as I can remember and I still do that today! Admittedly these days with other commitments I do have to watch what I spend as technology can burn a very deep hole and quickly!
As my parents will testify, I have always been inquisitive! even if it meant taking something apart to see how it worked. Of course not knowing how to put it back together again! To this day I love learning new things and developing myself as a person.
Despite my techy background I remain firmly grounded and talk to people using every day language, unnecessary techno-babble drives me bonkers. This allows me to chat with people with limited knowledge on a subject and help them understand more.
By day (and sometimes night) I run a successful local technology support company in Nottingham (UK).