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· 5 min read
Jaesik Hwang


Hello, UModeler X Users!

In this June blog, we bring you various exciting news. From the completion of the Low Poly tutorial series and the release of the Zepeto item guidebook to the latest updates in UModeler X and the results of the game jam held with FIA, there's plenty to catch up on. Check out the latest developments and community activities with UModeler X!

· 3 min read
Jaesik Hwang

Hello UModeler X users! Today, we're excited to share some thrilling and valuable updates with you. In this blog post, we'll cover the latest news, updates, and our achievements with UModeler X.

UModeler X Game Jam Announcement!


First, let's talk about the UModeler X Game Jam. This game jam, hosted in collaboration with Future Inspire Academy (FIA), focuses on creating 3D games using Unity. FIA is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing game development education in a fun and flexible manner. They offer Unity challenges, game creation tasks, mentoring, and a gamified leaderboard to support developers worldwide.

We sponsor this game jam. Participants will use UModeler X's rigging, painting, AI texturing, and modeling features to develop creative games. All participants must submit their projects on GitHub, with primary assets created using UModeler X. For detailed rules and participation, check the links below.

· 4 min read
Jaesik Hwang


Enhancements to the UModeler X Tutorial Courses for Beginners

The tutorial course for beginners in UModeler X has been newly strengthened, making it easy for anyone to enter the world of 3D modeling. Now, after learning the basics of modeling, rigging, and painting, you can proceed with practice-like exercises through low poly modeling. The newly added 'Lowpoly Table and Chair' and 'Lowpoly Tower' tutorial videos will be an excellent next step for those who have completed the basic education.

· 3 min read
Jaesik Hwang

Hello everyone! I'm very happy to introduce our second blog post. Today, we'll talk about the major updates made over the last two months, the newly added painting mode guide, and the backlog we are working on to make UModeler X even more stable.

Major Updates for January and February 2024

Several useful features were added in January and February this year. Take a look, and if you're still using an older version of UModeler X, I hope you take this opportunity to update to the latest version.

· 10 min read
Jaesik Hwang

Hello! I'm very excited to start a blog like this. I was thinking about what to write for my first blog post, and I decided it would be interesting to talk about why we started developing UModeler X, the process we went through, and how we plan to develop it further, as this is something we haven't had many chances to discuss.

The reason I started developing UModeler X while the existing UModeler was receiving a lot of love from Unity developers is as follows:

  1. To allow for smooth editing of high-poly 3D data within the Unity editor.
  2. To integrate all functions needed for 3D data creation, including modeling, rigging, painting, and sculpting, so that games can be made 100% within Unity.
  3. To lay the groundwork for runtime solution development as well as editor solutions, aiming to develop new products for more 3D creators outside of Unity.
  4. To allow creators to make various contents such as 3D worlds, games, items, and characters with UModeler X, and to support more creators' creative activities with the results produced from here.

UModeler X Development Story