As a indie developer in a country that don't have a commercial agreement with the US, I hope steam listen to Epic. Steam takes 30% of my revenue, and US gov. get another 30%, than I need to pay taxes in my country (Brazil). So in the end, i get roughly 20% of the full price.
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Andrew Averkin has released Easy Peasy 2 which is an absolutely free tool for 3ds Max. Of course, you can always donate if you’d like to support Utopia Syndrome game.
You can find other tutorials here.
Easy Peasy 2 can be described as a multi-function toolkit with a number of functions, small scripts, and a variety of settings. The tool lets users easily manage scenes by “creating a set of different rules and conditions based on your needs in different working situations”. Based on a library of words and «SOLM» system, just in few clicks users can easily rename selected objects and add them to required layers, find all required textures, create and assign V-Ray materials to selected objects. But there’s more!
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