Hi, everyone. I really wanted to share this amazing video created by Film.1 (AKA CINEMATIC-FILMS ), using many of my models as props in the scene. They did such a great job here with the lighting and rendering, I was thoroughly impressed. It was quite unexpected to see all the credit given, and all the models they used in this clip. It was a most welcomed surprise. Thank you!
You deserve all the attention. Your work is very professional and you are so kind to share with us!
Thank you so much! That really means a lot to me. I really appreciate the support.
Great work !
Your work is amazing and this video really highlights its quality!
Thank you so much. I was truly amazed with their motion and lighting, and how much detail they were able to capture in this. I've been working on some video of my own, so I've come to appreciate how much work and time goes into every shot of animation like this one. Wonderful.
OMG !!!!! This is absolutely such an honor and well deserved . I do love your tutorials and hope you will create more for Blender as many are for other 3D software users. I see that the 2.78 version of Blender is out, but I am not sure if I should download 32 or 64 bits. I have windows 10 and it has just updated to the anniversary version for home use. I do not remember having to choose for Blender 2.77 other than window as I do not have a Mac.
Thank you so much. Yes, it was quite an honor and I was stunned to see it. As for Blender, I would recommend the 64bit version if you are using a 64bit operating system. If your system is only 32bit, then the 64bit software won't install properly and certainly wont perform correctly.
I am not sure how to tell if my system is 32 or 64 I will have to go look and see where I can find that. Hopefully I can do this. I know I have a fairly new computer and windows 10 latest version. Thank you so much.
I would guess that if the computer was purchased within the last 5 years, it's going to be 64bit. 32bit has been phased out over the last decade, and with the exception of some vintage equipment, most modern processors are 64 bit architecture. In Win 10, simply right-click the Start menu, then click on "System" in pop-up menu to open "System" window. This is where you will find all basic information about your system specs. It should tell you there if you have 32 or 64 bit OS.
Thank you so much. I will double check but my computer is 2 years old so by what you say I am pretty sure that it will be the 64 Bits. Thank yous for telling me this and how to check as well. You are so very kind. I will do that and also I forgot to ask you when I update to the latest 2.78 do I uninstall 2.77a or does it just update what I have. I see that you are already doing some tutorials in the latest version so for me I want to have the same so I can follow them easier. I am working on something else at the moment so until I get that done I think I will wait as this particular tutorial is 2 years old. Thank you so much for your help and once again for your wonderful tutorial.
Sorry for the delay in responding. When you update to 2.78, you can just keep the 2.77 folder in the Blender Foundation program folder. In fact, unless you want to save space, you can keep all the older versions, and it will simply add new folders each time you download the newest build. Your shortcut on the desktop should update to the latest build, unless you've customized it somehow.
Thank you so much for this information. I was not sure what to do and I am not very computer savvy so this is so much simpler. I will just update and not uninstall. I have not customized anything so it will be fine. I truly appreciate your kindness. I am still tediously working on a project so will update right after I am done. It will take me a few more days to get to that point. Have a wonderful day my friend
No problem. In fact, let me know how it works out for you. If you run into any issues, I'll try to help you through. I'm assuming you install via the .msi installer file download, and not the zip file download (Blender). This should place all installations into a folder on your C drive called Blender Foundation. If you examine that location, you should see incremental folders for each version of Blender you have installed.