Hello ! Any possibility to find this video ? I'm registered on cgworkshop, but can't find anything... Thank you !
hi, i'd just like to say that i managed to find the video and play it without registration... http://cgworkshop.org/watch/33 also, thanks for the tip :)
Thanks guys. I will check on our admin about that video. I have played it few seconds ago and there was no problems. Anyway please report when more errors will occur. That's very valuable feedback for future tutorials.
When I hit the video, it get stuck at the first few seconds, then I moved the video player slider back and forth and problem solved, tutorial run smooth, I hope this may help someone.
BTW I really enjoyed it, Great job Pawel!
Glad to see you represented here!
My browser FF can not load the video but if we change for Google chrome it works!!!!
Thanks my friend !!!
The first picture in the tutorial is awesome and i like the mood
and the project!
I thought of many people around me used this technique, therefore I wrote that is old. I am surprised he will not mention.
I am logged in and still can not click the link. All the links below ENVIRONMENT PART 1 are working. When I click on "read more" I get to a new page. Strange.
But, when I search for ENVIRONMENT PART 1 on the side I get to right page. Or just click on Tutorials on the upper right side. It is working as well. Cool
here the direct link form the beginning of the Tutorial:
Thanks a lot !!
It was on cgworkshop.org/tutorials
Working perfectly fine here. Try with some other browser or update your current. Bit patience my friend, its a new site and I am working on it to be more friendly for all of us.
Well, grass is just grass... And this method will get you going in almost all cases.
But say, what did you have in mind?
Rechecked it just now - works fine... needs registration though. I suggested pawel to make it available on Vimeo too - I hope it will be online soon.
@plumber ok I got it ! Thank you !
Please try the FF or googlechrom. Should work nice. I will upload all tutorials on vimeo soon. Thank you Ronen for this great post.
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