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Games art/modeling


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lt b0ngo

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Right im in to drawing and games so im looking at being a games artist. I'm just starting to work on models using blender but I heard that a lot of game modeling involves physics is this true?
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Not precisely if you are doing a full model for a game you will want to put physics into it dpending on what software you are using but generally no.
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before physics is applied you have to have a model first. mostly the model is the look of the characters in the game. I find that there is a lot of info for unreal engine as there are many many mods for it. check out beyondeunreal.com. they have links for modelers, map makers, and moders. some good resources there.
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Ok thanks guys.
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