Justin Hammond

Justin Hammond

is creating Unity Tutorials

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Who am I?
I am an indie game developer who has a passion for creating great games. I also have a love for teaching other people how to create games themselves. That is why I want to make amazing tutorials for game development.

Sometimes I describe my passion for creating as an itch. There are some days that I just have to scratch it by creating something new and interesting. It is the reason I first decided to become a programmer, so that I could create anything I wanted to. I believe that I am not alone in this need to create, in fact I think most people enjoy creating, it's just that not every person out there has the skills to do so. I want to pass my skills along to those who want to create games.

Here's what I want to do
I want to provide in-depth video tutorials on a variety of game development topics. All too often you can find tutorials that give very small nuggets of information. While helpful, they usually are too broad to really apply to any one persons project. On the other hand, you can also easily find extremely in depth tutorials on how to make a very specific game. As easy as these are to find, they almost never apply to what you want. I really enjoy these tutorials myself, but they are rarely usable by someone who has their own specific game ideas.

This is where I come in. I want to borrow a bit from both of these categories. I want to provide in-depth video tutorials that really show you how to do something, but still offer up enough flexibility to make it your own. In order to have this level of variety, I do need to set some boundaries. I have decided that I will be focusing on Unity specific video tutorials. This still leaves plenty of room for many different topics, but keeps the focus on one engine.

I plan on producing a new tutorial video weekly. These videos will belong to a specific topic/series and will be roughly 5 minutes each. This leaves enough time to cover a portion of the topic, but not so long that it becomes tedious to finish an entire video. I initially considered doing a per video pledge, but I feel like people will have more control and feel more comfortable paying monthly, rather than per video, since I plan on doing video's weekly.

So here's how you can help
If you are new to Patreon, then I would like to assuage your uncertainty. It is a very simple platform to help content creators like me, provide services to patrons like you! Here's a quick video on what Patreon is all about.



If you've made it this far, then I assume you are interested in what I want to do. You can show your support by pledging however much you feel like. Check out the reward tiers to see some of the bonuses that are up for grabs. If for some reason you are unable to pledge, you can still help out by sharing this page with your friends or whoever you think may also be interested. Helping me get the word out is very important as well, and I thank you for the help!
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All videos will now cover about 10 minutes of the specific topic.
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Who am I?
I am an indie game developer who has a passion for creating great games. I also have a love for teaching other people how to create games themselves. That is why I want to make amazing tutorials for game development.

Sometimes I describe my passion for creating as an itch. There are some days that I just have to scratch it by creating something new and interesting. It is the reason I first decided to become a programmer, so that I could create anything I wanted to. I believe that I am not alone in this need to create, in fact I think most people enjoy creating, it's just that not every person out there has the skills to do so. I want to pass my skills along to those who want to create games.

Here's what I want to do
I want to provide in-depth video tutorials on a variety of game development topics. All too often you can find tutorials that give very small nuggets of information. While helpful, they usually are too broad to really apply to any one persons project. On the other hand, you can also easily find extremely in depth tutorials on how to make a very specific game. As easy as these are to find, they almost never apply to what you want. I really enjoy these tutorials myself, but they are rarely usable by someone who has their own specific game ideas.

This is where I come in. I want to borrow a bit from both of these categories. I want to provide in-depth video tutorials that really show you how to do something, but still offer up enough flexibility to make it your own. In order to have this level of variety, I do need to set some boundaries. I have decided that I will be focusing on Unity specific video tutorials. This still leaves plenty of room for many different topics, but keeps the focus on one engine.

I plan on producing a new tutorial video weekly. These videos will belong to a specific topic/series and will be roughly 5 minutes each. This leaves enough time to cover a portion of the topic, but not so long that it becomes tedious to finish an entire video. I initially considered doing a per video pledge, but I feel like people will have more control and feel more comfortable paying monthly, rather than per video, since I plan on doing video's weekly.

So here's how you can help
If you are new to Patreon, then I would like to assuage your uncertainty. It is a very simple platform to help content creators like me, provide services to patrons like you! Here's a quick video on what Patreon is all about.



If you've made it this far, then I assume you are interested in what I want to do. You can show your support by pledging however much you feel like. Check out the reward tiers to see some of the bonuses that are up for grabs. If for some reason you are unable to pledge, you can still help out by sharing this page with your friends or whoever you think may also be interested. Helping me get the word out is very important as well, and I thank you for the help!

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Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
  • Access to the Patron Activity feed where I provide updates and chat with other patrons.
Pledge $2 or more per month
  • Previous reward tiers
  • Special thank you credit at the end of all videos
Pledge $5 or more per month
  • Previous reward tiers
  • Advert/plug at the end of all videos
Pledge $7 or more per month
  • Previous reward tiers
  • Shoutout to your company/site/whatever in two videos
Pledge $10 or more per month
  • Previous reward tiers
  • Access to source code and project files used in video
Pledge $15 or more per month
  • Previous reward tiers
  • Early access to videos
Pledge $17 or more per month
  • Previous reward tiers
  • Access to downloadable video files
Pledge $25 or more per month
  • Previous reward tiers
  • Select a topic/series
Pledge $50 or more per month
only 5 left
  • Previous reward tiers
  • Personal tutoring session (1 Hour/month)