Unity: Level Design

Unity: Level Design

Unity: Level Design is an Intermediate level study on 3D + Animation, written by the author, Adam Crespi. This study is an essential pillar for a person who needs to sharpen his/her 3D + Animation talent. It gives you a strong understanding on 3D + Animation, Animation, Game Development, Photography, Lighting, Video, Game Design, Materials, Unity, 3D + Animation, Animation, Game Development, Photography, Lighting, Video, Game Design, Materials and Unity.

Free Download - Unity: Level Design
Author Adam Crespi
Publish Date 7/10/2013
Skill Intermediate
Duration 3h 9m
Topic 3D + Animation
Video Tutorials 25
Last Update N/A

Great level design guides players down a path during gameplay and fully immerses them in the game’s virtual world. Learn basic level-design techniques using the Unity 3D game engine, and create environments that are fun to navigate, easy to reuse, and highly interactive. Author Adam Crespi shows you how to create a plan for a level based on goals you have set for the player, design a kit of parts and prototypes, and swap out white box objects with the finalized artwork. Then you’ll learn how to add further realism with custom mesh colliders, ambient lighting, and animated objects like spinning fans and blinking lights. The end result? A fully designed level ready for characters and scripting.

Note: This course places a strong emphasis on modular construction techniques and resource optimization as part of the design process, which will help your build process be more lean, nimble, and efficient. A basic knowledge of Autodesk 3ds Max or Maya, and Adobe Photoshop is recommended.

Topics include:

  • Setting goals for the player
  • Planning the player path
  • Bounding the world invisibly
  • Defining player scale and field of view
  • Using and joining modular elements
  • Setting up prefabs
  • Adding ambient animation
  • Opening doors
  • Making stairs walkable
  • Lighting scenes

Unity: Level Design : Video Lessons

  • Welcome55s
  • What you should know before watching this course34s
  • Using the exercise files1m 54s
  • Setting goals for the player10m 9s
  • Planning the player path in a directed level11m 50s
  • Bounding the world invisibly6m 20s
  • Sharing the sandbox: Laying out an open world13m 11s
  • Planning atlas textures and a modular approach13m 17s
  • Defining player scale and field of view10m 47s
  • Designing semi-autonomous systems6m 27s
  • Designing wayfinding systems8m 18s
  • Crafting pinch points and strong points5m 53s
  • Using modular elements14m 12s
  • Joining modular elements6m 39s
  • Setting up prefabs4m 35s
  • Inserting unique areas7m 27s
  • Populating with props5m 30s
  • Creating animation in Unity10m 7s
  • Animating materials7m 7s
  • Animating lights4m 54s
  • Changing animation timing9m 40s
  • Opening doors9m 42s
  • Making stairs walkable8m 36s
  • Adding physics to objects10m 34s
  • Next steps39s

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