In August, I began to study the
Armory3D engine, and then, in order to better understand it, I decided to write about it and start a blog. I wrote a couple of articles on a local site (in my native language), but people were not interested and I dropped it. I began to participate a little in its development.
But the articles remained. And I translated them with the help of Google Translate (because I can’t do that much myself and I don’t know English well enough). Perhaps someone can use my scribbles…
As a result, here are the links:
- Achievement “Hello world!”
- Achievement “First Step”
If everything is very bad, please let me know and I would rather delete it
There are also old lessons from Gamefromscratch: https://devga.me/tutorials/armory3d/
As a basis, they can probably come up.
Awesome! Maybe add it to this list: https://github.com/armory3d/armory/wiki/community_tutorials?
Edit: some small note: Kha is not a game engine but a graphics framework, Iron however is one.
Hello, colleague! You can links to the original.
Foolish people! )
I think the situation will improve when Blender and Armory are more famous
Don’t delete anything. With “the world on a string” )
smeshnoy perevodchik )))
You are welcome: 1 and 2.
I’m not against. I’m just worried about the quality
There are no lessons on creating a character with third-person controls.