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Two simple Begginer questions about Unity

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Richard1234, Feb 17, 2015.

  1. Richard1234

    Richard1234

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    Hi everyone. I Just started using Unity engine,and I have two dubts related to Unity workflow;
    1°:Can I model objects like in softwares like Blender or 3Dmax?
    2°:Can I apply extern textures in the objects,or I can only use the textured offered by Unity?I'm asking it because I tried to apply my own texture in a cube,but I coudn't.
     
  2. BrandyStarbrite

    BrandyStarbrite

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    1) Yes, you can model in Blender, 3d max, Maya, Sculptris etc.
    And import your 3d models into Unity!

    2) I hope I read your 2nd question correctly.
    Yes you can make external textures in Photoshop/ Gimp even Blender etc, and import them into Unity.
    And in Unity, "after applying a material/shader onto you 3d object ;)," you can import your texture and cover your
    3d object with it.

    3) Next time, ask this question in the Discussion Section of the Unity Forum. :)
    Even though the 2nd question, sort of fits into this Section of the forum. :D

    Note: There are Unity user manual here on the site too.
    And a Beginners Tutorial Section too.

    You'll learn lots of things there.
    Enjoy! :D
     
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  3. Richard1234

    Richard1234

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    Ok Brandystarbrite,thanks a lot for aswering. I'm going to see the Unity user manual as you said :).
     
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  4. BrandyStarbrite

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    Yay!! :D