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Programmer here.
Does anyone know a good place or tutorials where I could learn the 3D/design aspects of Unity?
I mean bones, rigging, materials, maps, lightning... all that stuff.
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>>647140

https://unity3d.com/es/learn/tutorials/s/graphics
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>>647140
>bones, rigging, materials, maps, lightning... all that stuff.
>Anything to do with a game engine.
Retarded.
You don't sound very interested either so kindly fuck off.
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>>647140
Doesn't unity have guided tutorials? The free version does.
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>>647140
Pluralsight has 4 learning paths for Unity as well as ones for the asset making programs (Photoshop, Maya, 3DS Max, Zbrush, Substance)
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>>647140
>programmer.
>can't rtfm
>can't google for several minutes and settle on a tutorial to watch

you aren't going far
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>>647140
If you're such a great programmer, you'd know that the API's are the best way to understand any aspect of the objects used in Unity.
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>>649752
He didn't say he was a great programmer



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