Game Maker 3d Models

Oct 19, 2015 - The important part of this game is that the boats and such roughly appear to be 3D models, even though I'm using GameMaker: Studio,. Renders of models used and/or that went unused in my game maker projects can be looked at here. All the things listed on this page was created by and is (c) LucybonesSquirrel, and cannot be used in commercial productions or be made profit from in any way.

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Scale: 1 Blender Unit (Within the dimensions portion) = 1 pixel within 001. Example – A cube in blender with the dimensions 32x32x32, will equal a 32x32x32 cube in 001. (Scale refers to the dimensions of your object, since the Scale can be set in Blender to any unit value it is best to disregard it until you better understand Blender.) Specular Components – whilst using Blender and exporting via the DAE exporter, it should be noted that a specular component of 0 will automatically default to 40. “Why is my model so much darker in 001?” Blender has a material settings panel that can change the diffuse color of a model, which affects the texture. Setting the diffuse Intensity value to 1 in this right side dash Material Panel fixes this issue. “How do I export an animated model from Blender so that I can import it into 001 Game Creator?” The easiest solution would be to select the armature and then export it as a COLLADA (.dae) file (see image below for export settings): Please note that the “Copy” option (bottom of second panel) should only be selected the first time you export, otherwise it can cause the texture to no longer display on the model. Blender also has issues importing COLLADA files so it’s recommended that you save your model as a.blend file before exporting so that you can easily modify your model later on if needed.

Also the Apply Modifiers can be checked if you have any modifiers like Mirror or Subsurface Division in your mesh and you want the final model to have them. Color/Diffuse Mapping – is the base texture of the 3D model.

Normal Mapping (Optional) – is an optional texture used to add higher detail to the 3D model. Most commonly used to reduce the need of high poly models (thus conserving resources). With the introduction of 3D, now support normal mapping. UV Mapping – 001 supports UV Mapping for both animated and static 3D models.

UV Mapping is a way of mapping a 3D model in which you map each part of the 3D model into a picture, and this picture will be used as the texture for model. Inside Blender, in Edit Mode, click on the faces you want to texture, press CTRL+E and click on Mark Seam. This will separate the selected face for a specific texture.

Marked edges will become red. If you don’t mark seams for the faces you want, they may overlap with the same texture (sometimes you will want this). Now open a new view UV/Image Editor, so you can see both the 3D view and UV/Image Editor on your screen. In edit mode, press Z to see wireframe mode, press A to select the entire model, press U to bring up UV options and click on Unwrap.

This will generate the faces you need to create textures. You can alternatively use Island Mode in UV Editor to organize your model’s faces accordingly. You can rotate, move them around and even scale them at will, this will not affect your model. On the UV view, click on UVs menu and click on Export UV Layout.

This will export a picture with the exact layout for your textures. You can right click on each face in the 3D view and it will highlight where it is in your UV mapping, in case you cannot identify by looking at the UV faces. After you’ve created your texture, go back to Blender and load the image you made by clicking on Open Image on the UV/Image Editor view.