Im looking for a way to make ships like BSGO has but it dosnt seem like unity has the right stuff
Jun 08 '11 at 02:51 PM
Sep 09 '11 at 09:49 PM
:D you are funny. BSGO is a unity game so you can do something like BSGO in unity... But like RoflHarris said models are created external. Unity is a game-engine, not a modelling tool. Awesome ships don't fall out of the sky, without the skill (modelling, unwrapping, texturing) your ships won't look that awesome... That's the reason why there are "a lot" people involved to create such a game.
It's still possible to create good games with just a few people, but they need to be skilled enough ;).
There are even one-man/women-developers out there:http://www.sophiehoulden.com/games/
If you search for free modelling tools you might take a look at blender, but if you haven't modeled yet it will take some time (months/years) until you're able to create "awesome" stuff.
Unity is not a 3D modelling tool.
You would need to use 3DS Max, Maya or any other 3d modelling tool that can export the model into a format that can be then imported into unity.
Jun 08 '11 at 03:00 PM
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