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Experienced 3D artists will appreciate the more complex game demos, the character animation tutorials, and the advanced refer- ence section. About this book The Blender Gamekit was produced by Not a Number, the company that developed Blender as a commercial product. Blender is now continued as an Open Source project led by Ton Roosendaal, the original Blender creator. It also contains the Blender Creator V2. Printed in the Netherlands. No part of this book covered by copyright may be reproduced in any form or by any means -- graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, taping, or storage in an electronic retrieval system -- without prior written permission of the copyright owner.
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Quickstart 4 1. Simple face mapping 4 1. Using 2-D tools to map the face 9 Chapter 2. What is this book about 14 Chapter 3. Introduction to 3-D and the Game Engine 15 3. Purpose of This Chapter 15 3. General Introduction to 3-D 15 3. Game Engines and Aspects of a Good Game 31 3.
What is a game engine? Good games 32 3. Conclusion 33 Chapter 4. Blender Basics 34 4. Keys and Interface conventions 34 4. The Mouse 35 4. Loading and saving 36 4. Windows 38 4. The Buttons 39 4. Windowtypes 41 4. Screens 44 4. Scenes 44 4. Setting up your personal environment 44 4. Navigating in 3D 45 4. Using the keyboard to change your view 45 4. Selecting of Objects 46 4.
Copying and linking 47 4. Manipulating Objects 48 Chapter 5. Modeling an environment 55 Chapter 6. Appending an object from an other scene 58 Chapter 7. Start your Game Engines! Camera control 65 Chapter Real-time Light 66 Chapter Refining the scene 69 Chapter Adding Sound to our scene 71 Chapter Tube Cleaner, a simple shooting game 76 Loading the models 77 Controls for the base and cannon 78 Upwards Movement 79 Shooting 81 More control for the gun 83 An enemy to shoot at 85 Chapter Low poly modeling by W.
Loading an image for reference 87 Using the reference image. Outlining the Wheels 91 Loading the front image 92 A quick break 95 Closing up the holes 97 Flip it 99 Finishing things off Chapter Super-G Adding objects to the level Object placing with Python Chapter Power Boats Engine control Cockpit instruments Chapter BallerCoaster by Martin Strubel Assembling a track Game Logic Making track elements The nature behind BallerCoaster Chapter Squish the Bunny Introduction A Trail of Smoke Building a Puff of Smoke Adding game logic to the smoke Animating the Smoke Chapter Flying Buddha Memory Game Accessing game objects LogicBricks Shuffle Python script Chapter Game Character Animation using Armatures Preparing the Mesh Working with Bones Creating Hierarchy and Setting Rest Positions Naming Bones Parenting Bones Basic Layout Coordinate System Conventions Establishing Mesh Deformation Vertex Groups Creating Groups Attaching the Mesh to the Armature Testing the Skinning PoseMode
Blender Gamekit Second Edition
Showing how to make plane moving and run it on Android and iOS. Labels: 2. Insert your design as blender3D back ground. Create wing using box. Put mirror modifier. Then extrude the side face.
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Begins with an extensive introduction to 3D graphics, explaining basic concepts and the Blender interface. Step-by-step tutorials teach the art of creating and animating models, then show how to turn them into simple games. Experienced 3D artists will appreciate the more complex game demos, the character animation tutorials, the introduction to Python and the advanced reference section. He is a computer graphic designer living in Berlin, Germany. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Condition: New.