UnityCookie opens it’s doors!
We are excited to open up Unity Cookie to the community of CG Cookie. We have now expanded our family of sites to 7 which are operating under the Cg Cookie umbrella. In our network we now have: BlenderCookie, MaxCookie, Mavenseed, ModoCookie, ConceptCookie, Blender Artists, and now UnityCookie.
What you can expect from Unity Cookie
We’ve enlisted the help of Patrick Boelens, and Gabriel Williams to help keep the site fresh with weekly tutorials and downloads. Wes and Jonathan are hoping to contribute some time to the site as well on the education front.
We will be covering as many different topics as we can through the life of the site, and most of this is and will be based on your feedback. We’ve opened up a Unity Cookie specific tutorial topic suggestion form below, and this is listed in the footer of the site.
Traditionally downloads and resources have worked well on the other sites, but for Unity Cookie we wanted to work in prefabs and packages that are ready for download and usable in-game.
The gallery system is similar to the rest of the network, though these categories are meant for screen shots of in-game environments in Unity, User Interface etc.. Key thing being in-game screens shots on what you’ve pulled off with Unity 3D.
Initially the site will not be committing to an EVERY Friday Citizen release with the site being so new, but will be working to get there.
Getting Started With Unity
Following the lead from Blender Cookie we worked to create a “Getting Started with Unity” section on the site. These sections are essential if you are brand new to the software and looking to obtain a crash course. These are short videos meant to give you a quick overview of the software. We are also going to be offering more in-depth introductions videos over the next few weeks.
With the new site we are now offering a site newsletter. Inside the newsletter we will be offering periodic site updates, special offers and anything that may be going on around the studio. Join the Newsletter