A little hello

Discussion in 'Indie Basics' started by K.C, Dec 26, 2016.

  1. K.C

    K.C New Member

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    Hi there guys,

    I just recently started experimenting a little with Unity 3D, while playing around a little and teach myself about programming and modelling i am also working on a Survival Game. And with 'Working on' i bassicly mean creating the static open world.

    For my 3d modelling i mostly use Sketchup, which is nice but has its limits...... Some ingame-screenshots.

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    These models are still in early development and need a lot of adjustment.

    I just came across these forums and signed up, i hope to learn from others and meet like minded..... maybe even to see if there are people around to work together with.

    K.C
     
  2. idurvesh

    idurvesh New Member

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    Great job...Keep it up mate.Reminds me of Russian environment.
     
  3. K.C

    K.C New Member

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    :) Thx

    I'm trying to build the game around the western europe (Dutch, German, Belgium) architecture.
     
  4. Red Apple Technologies

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    great going!
     
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