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Workflow 03: Creating the Look
3rd April 2017
Don't take lighting for granted! Try new things and don't be afraid to explore your options.
Figuring out lighting is an important part of your project's final look.
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17th April 2017 - 12:41
Wondering if you know how to fix this - I try to use the blender cloud addon like at 3:38, when I try to use it, it says I must log in, but there is no option to enter my credentials in the system menu of the user preferences
17th April 2017 - 16:11
@amgokan: I found the solution, I didn't have the Blender ID addon installed
22nd April 2017 - 15:48
@amgokan: To log in, you have to log in to the Blender ID addon in the User Preferences. When you expand the addon, you can provide your credentials to log in. Don't forget that you also need the Blender Cloud Addon (separate), which you can find here: https://cloud.blender.org/services
13th April 2020 - 19:46
Sorry, but you really have to make these videos with a simply object that we can download and follow along.
23rd May 2020 - 18:20
*@B* The Blenderman scene is actually available on Blender Cloud, which is why I picked it.
14th June 2020 - 22:03
In the minute 09:02 where is selected the object with the "L" key doesn't work in the 2.82a version, doesn't appears the "Make Local" (object, data and material) menu in the object mode. Is there a key o a way to select this object in order to change the material?
14th June 2020 - 22:14
*@Carlos Meza* I found it!, in the "Outliner" I have selected the object and RMB in the submenu IDdata>Make Local
23rd June 2020 - 21:04
Ctl+t isn't adding texture coordinate nodes at 04:23 for me.
2nd July 2020 - 21:58
*@Never Before Studios* You have to activate the add on called "Node: Node Wrangles"... maybe that's the issue. 1.- F4 + P and go to the Add Ons tab and find in the search box that add on "Node: Node Wrangles" and activate it in the check box... try it.
23rd February 2021 - 16:13
I'm strugling to get the same result as you (03;50). What I have when I apply the background shader looks just flat and non shaded. Did you remove the materials that came with the original Blenderman model or do you add yours on top? Any advice would be appreciated =) Thanks.
23rd February 2021 - 16:57
@Mamat It started to behave in a better way when I added the background node in "World".