If you are one of many Unity users, you know how important is to catch up with what’s on Unity Asset Store. Your game in progress might need just the thing published recently on the store, or an asset you bookmarked recently got the patch that will greatly enhance the feel of your game. In this article, we list some of the tools we think you should put on your radar.
1- Fluffy Grooming Tool: A Tool to Model Impressive Fluffiness
If you ever tried to model a fluffy character, you know how hard it can be. It’s no surprise that PIXAR’s improvement on fluff between the first two entries of Toy Story was regarded as a milestone in the animation industry.
With Fluffy Grooming Tool, it’s easier to model fluffy characters than ever before. The shading and density of feathers, hair, or fuzz of your characters are easily manageable and immensely editable with this tool. If you are planning to model a man that’s only a moustache or a cat that feels real, you should check out this beautiful tool on Unity Assets.
2- Zibra Liquids: Ultimate Liquid Physics Tool
In number two, we got a physics tool that mastered the flow and liquidity of objects. Like fluffiness, the feel of a realistic flow can be hard to achieve, without the right tool to use, of course. Zibra Liquids is a tool that is inherently easy to use and striking by design and it’s there to replace any liquid physics tool that you might be using. It has real-time simulation, multiple visual and physical pre-sets, gravity control and it’s free. Check it out.
3- 27 Slicer: Rearrange Dimensions Without Losing the Integrity
27 Slicer is a straightforward tool. When you try to enlarge or shrink any model, the shape and ratio of the model will be distorted, if not remodelled. The 27 Slicer tool helps you keep your model intact and resize it without losing its proportion. The trouble of remodelling is no more. Modelling a scenery with such a tool will ease off the burden of minding the integrity for all of the models individually. We are sure that 27 Slicer will come in handy.
4- Mesh Animator: Duplicate Faster Than Ever
Another time-saving tool is Mesh Animator. Suppose that you want to create a scenery of pitched battle, tens of hundreds of infantries are clashing by units. The easiest way to do so should be duplicating the units but you want to save both the integrity of models and the performance. Voilà, Mesh Animator is there to save the day! In it, you can easily duplicate anything you like in seconds. Save your time and RAM and give it a try.