UE4.. surprisingly easy to get into, but a bitch to master..
That reminds me, i need to get moving on my game again, now i am feeling better again. All that had to stop while i was sick.
@ASG if you are having problems with textures/ materials in UE4 then just fix them in any 3d application first. While the material editor is almost exactly the same as found in any 3d application it does lack some things, like an easy way to uv map objects, so get that sort of thing done before hand in a 3d app then import it and all textures should work 100% correctly. If they are not mapped properly in a 3d application, they wont be mapped right in UE4 and it will be near impossible to fix in UE4
So after watching and experiencing some Unreal Engine 4 stuff I was blown away and I decided that I should try to learn a bit on how to use UE4. I started following their official guides on YouTube and I can say that it's pretty damn easy to use...(for the most part ) I'm also gonna try to figure out my texturing problem with the 3D cars that I was working on. After seeing those scenes I thought "Damn that looks really really cool. I wanna make something too!" I love that they have TONS of guides both official and unofficial, it really helps
Back from another visit to the hospital, this time for my ultrasound scan. As we all expected this big honking lump IS an abdominal hernia. Oh well, at least i know that can be fixed, with a small operation.. And im taking my tablets for the stomach ulcer.. Which i found out how big it is.. At the hospital they said it was BIG, but i looked on the report and that shows everything. Apparently it is 10cm across (about 4 inches) my step mom was saying, a few years back she had a stomach ulcer which caused loads of pain and that was only about 0.5cm (5mm) and mine is 10cm's... YEAH of course im in pain...