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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by WarlyFarly, Jan 13, 2022.

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  1. WarlyFarly

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    A Thread Where You can create and post Tutorials for people to learn Unity.

    You Could Also Come Here To Remind Yourself How To Do Some Things...

    Key:
    Bold: Notes
    Underlined: Important

    When The Thread Is Created, A Poll Will Be Posted Asking If You Would Like To Be A Student, A person just learning the basics and not wanting to teach, or a Teacher, the opposite of a Student.

    Hope You Enjoy! - WarlyFarly

    Teachers:

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    Both:
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  2. WarlyFarly

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    There Are Also Different Ranks,

    Bronze:
    This Is For Basic Tutorials, Like The Unity Essentials on the learn page. Every Beginner Should Look at these, they feature basic code, how to use the Editor, and more.

    Silver:
    This Is The Middle Rank, For People who have learned the basics, but haven't got to the tricky bit yet. Everyone Who Have Completed Unity Essentials, But Haven't Done Junior Programming Should Follow These.

    Gold:
    This Is The Rank For The Hardest Tutorials. Only The People Who Completed Unity Essentials AND Junior Programming could understand this.

    I know this is basically Unity Learn, But There is 1 Difference...

     
  3. WarlyFarly

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    ...These Tutorials Are FREE, they don't cost money.
     
  4. JeffDUnity3D

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    I'm looking forward to your tutorials, I voted!
     
  5. WarlyFarly

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    Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh...
     
  6. WarlyFarly

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    This Site Is For YOU To Post Tutorials, I'm Just A Student
     
  7. JeffDUnity3D

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    Got it. Yes, the forum doesn't really work that way. Each thread is specific to one user question or issue. Each tutorial or suggestion would require it's own thread. And voting doesn't set the user type, as you've seen from my vote (which was the intent). I do appreciate your enthusiasm though, and welcome to Unity!
     
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  8. WarlyFarly

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    Thank You, At First I Didn't Know. I Did The same thing on my other thread (Projects With Community) It Was About Game Ideas And Trying To Make Video games. Maybe Check It Out Sometime?
     
  9. WarlyFarly

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    I Just Changed To Both.
     
  10. WarlyFarly

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    1.0: How To Use Unity:

    So, You're New To Unity, Let Me Tell You The Basics.

    1. Install Unity
    2. Open The Package Manager Screen Shot 2022-01-14 at 16.53.21.png Note: Your "Projects" Tab Won't Have As Many Projects As Mine.
    3. Click "New Project" Screen Shot 2022-01-14 at 17.01.09.png
    4. There Are Many Project Templates, But All Were Interested In Is The Templates. If You're Going To Use LEGO, Go To 1.1, If You Are Going To Use 2D Platformer Microgame, Go To 1.2.
     
  11. WarlyFarly

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    1.1: Microgames: LEGO

    If You Haven't Looked At My 1.0, Go To That Now.

    1. Open Unity Hub.
    2. Click "New Project".
    3. Name The Project... "My First LEGO Project".
    4. Click "Create Project". (You'll Have To Verify Your Age To Continue.)
    5. Wait For It To Load...
    6. Click "Load Playground Scene". Screen Shot 2022-01-14 at 17.29.43.png
    7. Press Play, And Have A Look!
    Note: Press Play Again, To Stop.

    That's Basically It! In This Lesson, You Learned How To Open A LEGO Project.
     
  12. WarlyFarly

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    1.2: Microgames: 2D Platformer

    If You Haven't Looked At My 1.0, Go To That Now.

    1. Open Unity Hub.
    2. Click "New Project".
    3. Name It "2D Platformer".
    4. Click "Create Project".
    5. Wait For It To Load...
    6. Click "Load Scene".
    7. Press Play, And Have A Look!
    8. Note: Press Play Again, To Stop. Screen Shot 2022-01-14 at 17.49.33.png
    9. Click The Arrow Next To "SampleScene".
    10. Click "Player". Screen Shot 2022-01-14 at 17.51.40.png
    11. Select "Color".
    12. Change It To A Nice Red. Screen Shot 2022-01-14 at 17.53.50.png
    13. Press Play And Test The Game.
    That's It! In This Lesson, You Learned How To Change The Color Of A 2D Sprite.
     
  13. WarlyFarly

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    2.0: Getting To Use 3D

    1. Open Unity Hub.
    2. Click "New Project".
    3. Click "3D". Screen Shot 2022-01-15 at 07.11.41.png
    4. Click "Create Project".
    5. Wait For It To Load...
    6. Notice That This Is A Blank Area. Screen Shot 2022-01-15 at 07.21.15.png
    7. You See The Tab Out Lined In Black? That's The Hierarchy. Right Click It.
    8. Hover Over "3D Object",
    9. And Click "Cube".
    10. You Will Now Be Able To See A White Cube In Front Of You.
    11. Find The Tab With A Folder Called "Scenes" In It.
    12. Right Click In The Empty Space.
    13. Hover Over Create,
    14. And Click Folder.
    15. Call It "Materials". Screen Shot 2022-01-15 at 07.33.20.png
    16. It Doesn't Look The Same As The "Scenes" Folder Yet, Because It Isn't Filled.
    17. Open The "Materials" Folder.
    18. Right Click It.
    19. Hover Over Create,
    20. And Click Material.
    21. Call This Material "Cube".
    22. Click On The White Box In The "Inspector".
    23. Change It To Whatever Color You Want! (I chose red.) Screen Shot 2022-01-15 at 07.39.05.png
    24. Drag It To The "Cube" In The Hierarchy.
    25. Your Cube Should Appear Red Now!
    That's It! In This Lesson, You Learned How To Attach A "Material" to a "GameObject".
     
  14. r31o

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    You are going to do "tutorials" about EVERY aspect of unity?
    This will be a loooooooong thread.
    I agree with making tutorial posts, but make them more specific.
    For example how to make a basic AI that follows you (I have made one in other thread).
     
  15. RichAllen2023

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    If I could make a game, any game, I'd want to have it on Xbox, but because I don't work for a development company I can't get the license :(
     
  16. JeffDUnity3D

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    Did you get your basic movement script working? Did you get the book yet that you ordered? How was it?
     
  17. r31o

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    Got the feeling that this thread will be removed soon...
     
  18. RichAllen2023

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    Not tried it yet, still trying to learn how to create a sprite in GIMP, also, I got an email from Amazon ages ago, that book I ordered's not out till May.
     
  19. WarlyFarly

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    Not Really, Just The Ones Important For Beginners.
     
  20. WarlyFarly

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    Welp, It Was Fun While It Lasted. :(