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Hello! I've been searching for a while now and need some help. Can someone link a website who give away free Army, Soldiers (3d models ready to use in Unity 3d)?
Im just looking for placeholder stuff and later on when I get some money ill end up either paying someone to make me some game models or buy them from the asset store. But placeholder models are needed when making games.
Answer by jack 1
Aug 02, 2010 at 10:30 PM
If you ask me I would say just build your own models, it takes away the euphoric feeling you get after making your OWN game when you steal someone elses model. Learn how to model yourself and grow up.
omg just die no one likes you at all.
That's why my answer was upped and your question was downed. Trust me the satisfaction of making something that looks really good ALL BY YOURSELF is an amazing feeling.
Hmm, well not everyone is talented in 3d graphics. It takes years to become really good at sculpting neat looking optimized models, that's why 3d artists and programmers often doesn't do both in the development process. In my experience over the years these tasks should be divided into separate personnel at all times to minimize time costs.
I'd say find someone to work with, someone who has passion of modeling.
I'm not taking anyones side here, seriously "Grow up" and "just die", do you two have a bumpy past or what? This is not the place to burst out your feelings for one another..
look buddy, not every one can 3d model and its not about if you make the models its HOW you use it, btw that was not an answer its a insult
check this free unity assets
Answer by AnotherChris
Apr 24, 2011 at 11:12 PM
Honestly to jack, SOME people are programmers NOT modelers... like me for example. I have done a LITTLE modeling... for all of 3 weeks, as that's as long as the course was however I'm a strong programmer. I need 3d animated models... and guys like you piss us off.
Answer by 3dDude
Aug 02, 2010 at 06:04 PM
try looking on turboSquid.com
Though an awesome site, nothing there is free..
maybe this one will work i think its free :
I had the same problem as you. The soldier pointed by 3dDude is good. I animated it with Unity. I hope when I find an investor I will hire a modeler. I wish I could afford an animation capture.
Answer by devlord
Jun 12, 2012 at 05:36 AM
Use the unity asset store for most of your models and many animated ones it seems like mixamo sells a lot of models and you can buy animations that work for all of them from a specific store for them
Answer by You!
Jun 12, 2012 at 05:43 AM
Have you looked into the Asset Store? It is a separate window in Unity, and contains some free stuff and some stuff for sale. There is a free pre-built scene in the Asset Store called "Bootcamp" which contains some army soldiers. They might be what you want, but it is always best to try to model what you want (because then you always get what you had in mind).
Try that, and then, if it is not satisfactory, dig in and try the awesomely free Blender for 3d modeling, if possible.
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