Some screenshots from a recent Unity experiment, demonstrating a dynamic day/night cycle.
Click here to try the interactive demo
about 1 year ago
Looks really fantastic! Great work @Harry Nesbitt
Looks and works great! How hard was it to get started in Unity?
Looking great, in fullscreen it's even better :)
This is magnificent! I clearly need to start playing with Unity. Any recommendations on how to get started?
@Dany Duchaine - Wow, I had no idea you could go fullscreen from the web player! I've updated it to support 16:9 screens, so it should work better now.
@Dave Hoffman - I suggest working through the demo projects here, some of which have great tutorials!
Color me excited. I really wanna try and learn Unity.
this is lovely,am learning cryengine now,but will jump to unity sometimes heard its super effective and easy to work with
@Timothy J. Reynolds - Make it happen! Your style in a game would be awesome :D
This is great!
@Harry Nesbitt That's great to hear, I'll be starting to dive into game development in the coming months, hope it won't be overwhelming :)
@Timothy J. Reynolds Yes please!
@Harry Nesbitt Ah yes, look really good on 16:9 ratio.
It so damn cool...!
lovely, different time look like tone color
Beautiful mood all the way
How did you achieve this lighting and shading? Any particular plugins or settings?
Just started poking around in Unity, loving it so far!
this looks amazing.
Holy shit. The colour pallet is insane.
Any tips / tutorials / guides / help?!
@Lewis Check out his reply to my question here: http://www.harrynesbitt.com/blog/experimenting-with-unity#comment-802184571
"I'm using a modified version of the default toon shader in unity along with a custom ramp. All lighting is controlled by a single directional light combined with a script to adjust colours and attributes based on the time of day. Hope that helps!"
Looks great! I am about going to start a series similar to this for an animation story!
Looks freakin' killer!
12 months ago
I know I'm slow on seeing this but it is amazing. Dawn is my favourite. I spent far too long playing with this - In fact, I'm going to go play again!
about 1 month ago
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