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A Comprehensive Beginners Guide to UDK - Day 2

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In this new tutorial series, Ivan Krushkov will be walking us through the very basics of the Unreal Development Kit (UDK). In this first part Ivan covered the actual interface itself, whilst in today's tutorial he goes over how to use BSP brushes, how to place static meshes to populate your level and how to add in the lighting! If you want to get started creating your own content in UDK, this tutorial is for you.


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This tutorial is Day 2 in a series - Go to Day 1.


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