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  1. GoldGrrl

    GoldGrrl New Member

    Jan 31, 2018
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    I want to create an interactive 3D skybox that a player character can fly through. where's a good place to start? could I find that as an asset?

    This is the closest example I could find of what I want to make...
    They recommended a Udacity course, but it's for Autodesk. Is it possible to do something like this in Unity?

    I thought it would be as easy as downloading a sky box and adding some volumetric clouds

    I've imported a few skyboxes in to Unity, but I can't actually look around the scene or anything--can only zoom in and out. Is it the asset or the camera

    Newbie newb here. Any advice will help

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