[game_edu] Unreal 3 book/videos?
ataghaviburris at occc.edu
Fri Aug 1 14:44:25 EDT 2008
I know it's a bummer.
For my class I'm still going to use the
Mastering Unreal Technology: The Art of Level Design for UT2004.
We cover a little of Maya, and there are still a few similarities so the
book has some uses.
I've also provided access to all the video tutorials I got with UT3 to
the students so they can compare the new features to the old ones.
Hope that helps.
--Ms. Akram Taghavi-Burris
deb s wrote:
> For those of you using UT3 in the fall to teach level design -- what
> book(s) are you using?
> For UT2004, I was using Busby's "Mastering Unreal Technology: The Art
> of Level Design", but the new version for UT3 won't be out until
> December 15 (acording to Amazon, and that date has moved several
> The Busby videos (the ones that ship with the editor's choice edition
> of the the game) are great. In the past, I transcribed several of the
> introductory UT2004 videos for the class to use. The class found that
> to be extremely helpful, so I am now starting to transcribe some of
> the UT3 videos. But, it's very time-consuming, so I was wondering if
> 1) anyone has already done this or planning to do this so we can share notes?
> 2) do you have a UT3 book with good tutorials?
> If anyone is still using UT2004 and would like to use my notes from
> the older videos, here are a few - enjoy:
> Deborah Solomon
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