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ModelAssistant - Manage / Combine models, alter materials, keep it tidy.

Discussion in 'Assets and Asset Store' started by tzvier, Apr 16, 2013.

  1. tzvier

    tzvier

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    ModelAssistant is a set of scripts to help you manage your models, combine them, alter the materials (in edit mode or at runtime) and keep everything nice and tidy.

    Introduce a greater variety in your game by building your models out of components and let ModelAssistant do the work for you.

     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2014
  2. tzvier

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    Now available on the Asset Store.
     
  3. tzvier

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    Apparently, youtube and SME felt that my video was visually infringing the copyright of the "Quadron Hey Love" video because of visual content. I'm not even sure what to say about that. Here is an image of my video where the alleged offending content is:

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    Anyway, the video has been taken down, and replaced by the same video.

    Sorry for any confusion and the of tutorial video access. . .​
     
  4. RadioactiveXP

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    Any chance we can see the tutorial, I am interested in doing something like this in what I am working on...
     
  5. tzvier

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    Not sure what happened with the video. It's fixed now. :)
     
  6. Nanako

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    you should really write a feature list in text. I know you've made a fancy tutorial video, but i don't want to spend 37 minutes figuring out if this can fit my needs, and i'm sure many feel similarly.