Join Alan Thorn for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Cert Prep: Unity Fundamentals.
- [Instructor] Congratulations, you've reached the end…of this comprehensive introductory course…on Unity fundamentals.…In arriving at this point, you've seen how to create…Unity projects, add new scenes and objects,…import custom assets and configure them…for accurate collisions with first-person controls.…You've also explored the basics of lighting…and materials for controlling how the surfaces…of objects look, and you've seen how to move…and control objects believably using hierarchies.…
There's still so much more to learn…and know about Unity, though.…The possibilities with this software are endless.…At this stage, I recommend moving forwards…by exploring material and lighting workflows…for creating realistic scenes.…Materials and lighting greatly impact the style…and believability in a scene,…and by mastering this subject specifically,…you can create stunning results fast.…In the meantime, thank you very much…for watching this course.…I've been Alan Thorn.…
- Unity project creation
- Viewport navigation
- Object manipulation
- Creating game content
- Exporting and importing mesh assets
- Using Unity for game development
- Game Mode vs. Play Mode
- Moving objects
- Materials and textures
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Unity Interface
3. Creating Game Content
4. Using Unity for Game Development
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