Larger version here!
Thought I’d take a crack at the “You have two cows" meme for tabletop RPGs. Like and reblog if you enjoyed it!
Having played a lot of these systems, I find this image to be quite accurate.
Hello, #indiedev #gamedev here! I’m primarily a coder but I’m not too bad at making low-poly 3d models (at least I think I’m okay at it). (side note: I use Maya)
But I don’t know anything about texturing and mapping any further than the UVs.
Like I can lay out UVs and do the whole texturing thing pretty well I think but what about all the other maps? What are those? What do I need to do to make a good lookin’ 3D model?
I’m not asking anyone to hold my hand walk me through the process. All I need is someone to say “oh you need to look up tutorials on X, Y, and Z!”
Or, you know, if you have tutorials you now of, that would help even more.
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Thinking I’m going to try Kickstarter for my next project.
Making a #gameforchange: real learning in a futuristic virtual world, while keeping the essence of what makes games fun and engaging.
I want to share this with everyone because I think it’s REALLY cool idea for an educational game.
Please check it out and if you can, back it.
Sorry I haven’t been Gamedev lately.
I discovered a love for webdev and now I am working on combining the skills to make some new types of games that I’m pretty sure don’t exist.
Unfortunately, its all just code and wire frames and design docs right now so there’s nothing interesting for me to show you.
I’m almost in the top 100 and would really appreciate if you could help an indie Dev out.
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I have a goal to someday make enough money to hire pixelatedcrown because they are my favorite indie dev.