Fenryl

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  1. What's a good first language to learn?

    Quote:Original post by Zahlman Try here for Python. I think that A Byte of Python is a better book to start with (and it's also free).
  2. blender texturing ( as a level editor )

    This may be helpfull: http://otothecleaner.free.fr/tutorials/LevelDesign1/level2/level1-2.html http://www.voraxgames.com/community/blogs/dut/archive/2006/02/04/124.aspx And indeed, texturing a level is like texturing a model... Basically a level is a "collection" of models.
  3. Your recent art work....

    Nothing special here, this was done for a speed modelling challenge on game-artist.net. It took me about 40 minutes:
  4. A game that teaches you a new language

    Quote:Original post by Captain P I think that how much it should be in that other language at the end should be determined by playtesting with various people. Yep, thats what I think too :-) + learning curves like Captain P already suggested is also a good idea.
  5. A game that teaches you a new language

    I really like the idea, it gives more educational value to a game. After you played the game you can say "hmm, I had a good time playing that game and I learned japanese..." - and thats a good thing, not only for the game industry... But like algumacoisaqualquer said: I don't think its a very good idea to have the whole game in japanese at the end, that would be too hard... - Fenryl
  6. Need some drawing tutorials...

    Hi mmoWoWmkr, like smr said, its a good idea to take a look at the drawing workshop. But if you want a free drawing guide, then I can recommend you this: http://barthost.net/tjnr/angel/AndrewLoomis_funwithpencil.pdf (direct download) It's is a free book written by Andrew Loomis, it's aimed to beginners. It will teach you the most basic stuff to a little more advanced stuff. Also take a look at the Drawing Resources thread, maybe you find something useful... - Fenryal
  7. Tutorial for....

    Can you please tell us what software you use? [smile]
  8. Direct Downloads

    Quote:Original post by Juggie - Where is the direct download to 2D GIMP? Can't find it on www.gimp.org cauz of the many links on the site. Maybe you should click on "Downloads"... [smile] A direct link for the Windows installer: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/gimp-win/gimp-2.2.13-i586-setup-1.zip?use_mirror=ovh
  9. Where to begin?

    Gimp isn't that bad... Its the only good opensource photoshop alternative I know. It has all the options you need to create something nice.
  10. Blender Game Engine question

    They have made a whole new physics engine for it, and they are planning to make an Ogre3D plugin
  11. Blender Game Engine question

    It is already included in your copy of Blender
  12. New to it all..

    Quote:Original post by Splinter of Chaos Few pointers. 1) c++ is considered by some, not good for beginers. But I don't know it yet so don't take my word for it. 2) USE MULTIPLE TUTORIALS! ( http://www.programmingebooks.tk/ ) programmingebooks.tk doesn't seems to work, you can try techbooksforfree.com Good Luck!
  13. Good Reading for Game Artists

    Quote:Original post by destron hey guys... i really appreciate all the links and stuff you've given me but i was trying to focus this section on design, rather than "cut-and-paste" tutorials. i'm gonna post the gnomon workshop link up there and maybe some of the other ones, but i'm afraid i'm gonna leave out most of the tutorial links. Oh, sorry [oh] These articles give more information about the 'design' of level design (hope this is a little bit more helpfull then my last post [smile]) www.gamasutra.com/resource_guide/20010716/index.shtml www.gamasutra.com/features/20030603/licht_01.shtml www.gamedesign.be/Hourences/articles.htm EDIT: The website has changed. New site: http://help.hourences.com/ You can find the old tutorials on this site: http://phalanx.planetunreal.gamespy.com/tutorials.htm /EDIT www.gamedesign.net -Fenryl [Edited by - Fenryl on November 19, 2006 5:32:14 AM]
  14. Good Reading for Game Artists

    Quote:Original post by destron Thanks for telling me about that typo Shankar *fixes typo* sometime i'll dig up some more stuff to post up here... Oh, you want more stuff? Here you go [smile] ------------------------------------------------------------------- Tutorials --------- Gnomon Online -- http://www.gnomononline.com/information.php A web based service launched by the Gnomon School of visual effects. Gnomon Online offers video tutorials for Maya. Head modeling tutorial -- http://www.thehobbitguy.com/tutorials/polymodeling/index.html 3D Studio Max tutorials ------------------------ http://maxrovat.sns.hu/subdiv/ http://www.3dmaxer.dk/tutorial.asp?ak=777&type=max http://www.tutorialoutpost.com/3d-studio-max-modeling/ http://www.3d-resources.com/ http://www4.discreet.com/3dsmax/3dsmax.php?id=399 http://www.huntfor.com/3d/tutorials.htm http://www.web3dservice.com/3d_tutorials.html http://www.3dlinks.com/Links.cfm?categoryid=13&subcategoryid=105&subsubcategoryid=44 http://www.the3dstudio.com/default.aspx Blender 3D ---------- www.blender3d.com http://www.be3d.org/ The most updated tutorial list -- http://www.elysiun.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4624 Tutorial on armatures -- http://mmaigrot.free.fr/didac-blender/ikas/ikas-eng/ik-intro.php Tutorials on BlenderWars -- http://www.blenderwars.com/tut.php?module=index Tutorial on texturing -- http://www.geocities.com/woodsmith102000/Tutorials1.html? and part 2 of the above tutorial -- http://www.geocities.com/woodsmith102000/Tutorial2.html? The good places to learn about RVks: -- http://download.blender.org/documentation/html/x4939.html -- http://membres.lycos.fr/bobois/Tuts/VertexKeys/rvk1.htm -- http://membres.lycos.fr/bobois/Tuts/VertexKeys/rvk3_2.htm A big list of Blender tutorials -- http://membres.lycos.fr/bobois/Liens_Links/big_list.html A tutorial on making clothes in Blender -- http://www.free-webspace.biz/sonix/BlenderTutes/QuickClothTute.html A basic tutorial -- http://www.fanfilmengine.com/Blender0001.html Video Tutorials ---------------- http://www.bl3nder.com/tutorials/ http://www.letwory.net/tutes/edgefaceloops.htm UV -- http://www.ibiblio.org/bvidtute/mytut/uvtut.avi SubSurf -- http://www.ibiblio.org/bvidtute/mytut/subdiv.avi Duplivert -- http://www.ibiblio.org/bvidtute/mytut/duplivert.avi Small examples -- www.weirdhat.com for sfx with blender Modeling a stargate -- http://www.fanfilmengine.com/Blender0003.mov Atutorial for beginners -- http://www.fanfilmengine.com/Blender0004.mov on widgets Character Modeling ------------------ Character Process -- http://www.poopinmymouth.com/process/character_tutorial/character_process.htm A full procces character -- http://67.15.36.49/ffa/tutorials/max/joanofarc/joanmenu.asp modeling tutorial ------------------------------------------------------------------- Hope this is helpfull... -Fenryl [Edited by - Fenryl on August 30, 2006 5:39:33 AM]
  15. X Files from Blender missing UV coords.

    You can try to use another exporter, like this one