Posts by tomislavn

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tomislavn says

No, when user has old android, he can stay on this system as long as he wants to stay on it. His system will be the same, not faster, not slower. But with iOS you MUST update your iphone and your system becoming slower and slower and slower. And new iphones and new iOS becoming more uglier and uglier. :)

Why would you have to update it? :) Together with iPhone 5S (on iOS8), I still have iOS6 on my old iPhone4 and it is working normally. No one forces you to update if you do not want it.

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tomislavn says

there is this theory that I think it may be true.

apple release new phone -> apple update the OS for previous phones -> previous phones don’t work as fast as before (slow, various issues, lot of stress for users) -> users decides is time to buy a new phone -> buys new iphone because brand, stuck with purchased apps on apple close marketplace system, not willing to learn a new operating system

apple -> profit $$$$$

At least they support their old phones for more then a year, compared to Android market :D where it is usually like this: user buys a new android phone (1 out of 20000000 different variations) -> new android os releases in 2 months -> user gets an update in a year or user never gets an update in most of the cases -> users is stuck on old software, decides it is time to buy a new phone -> buys new android phone because he is used to have everything as he wants -> samsung/sony/lg/xyz profit $$$$$

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tomislavn says

I am honestly really disappointed with this. And no one has the decency to update us with what is going on?

We had someone review few items yesterday night (CET) for like an hour or so… but then again half the items from Monday are still in the review queue. Something must be going on and it is not good.

Worked so hard to introduce my new models as soon as they were on the market and then some “internal” problem from Envato ruined my plans.. not for a day, but almost 4 days now :(

Can we, please, get some words on the matter?

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tomislavn says

Is there some holiday in Australia or something? :) I can see that there was no item reviews for last two days, which is kinda unusual for 3docean. Normally it is getting updated daily (around 09:00-12:00am CET) and now my crucial future bestsellers are stuck in review for two days. I am losing days of exposition and sales this way :( – already got customers waiting for long enough.

EDIT: Just to clarify, it isn’t only about my queued items, it is about general review time for people selling on 3docean since nothing got updated for 2 days.

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tomislavn says

I had a similar problem lately with downloading a 350mb file through amazon. On 100mbit fiber I had only 45kbps download speed, had no idea what caused it but it worked full speed for everything else. Weird :/

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tomislavn says

Tomislav, you mentioned Modo was lacking that certain “something”... If you could hint a bit more towards the specifics, I’d be really thankful! Was it the “feeling of using it”, as it wasn’t as inviting as Cinema? Was it the output not being exactly as straightforward and did not correspond with your expectations, even though the live-preview should help avoid that? :D

Hey Calin! Yeah, I’ve meant that it was lacking that friendliness of Cinema, that feeling of creating something with ease. But then again, I haven’t really spent a lot of time with it, so my opinion might not be the right one.

Render engine in modo is great though, no need to worry about that – any option that V-Ray has, modo has as well (even real-time preview – which is CPU based but still works flawlessly and fast).

But honestly, you should give it a shot :) – it is probably easier to get involved with a new package when you are not forced to use something on a daily basis (Cinema in my case, at work) :)

Now when you said it, I might even check what 801 has to offer 8-)

Here is a render of mine that I did with modo 701 back then:

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tomislavn says

Amazing achievement – Congratulations Kriesi! :)

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tomislavn says

Very nice video :) inspiring! Good job Andy!

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tomislavn says

Yeah I agree with tdubic. C4D is going really strong lately and it is definitely dead simple to use and learn compared to 3dsmax or even Maya. New physical render is getting better and better but it is still not really able to compare with V-Ray – speed wise, in my opinion. But I can say that with the latest Studio version you definitely get everything what you need for any kind of 3d work.

I have tried modo 701 for few days and even if it really seems like a great package overall and it has a great and quick render (used it for a commercial project once, product shots of a toothpaste packaging), it never had that, you know, “something” that could keep me from going back to Cinema or even Max.

I had an opportunity to try both C4D and Max years ago in my cousin’s studio (Arch-viz) and in the end, for my personal projects, I have decided to get myself Autodesk’s subscription for 3d studio max (around 180 bucks a month, not really a bargain but it covers itself so it’s fine).

My one and only reason for this choice is that there is no V-Ray RT for Cinema yet and I am using it to preview my visualizations all the time and it helps immensely. That’s why I am on a subscription plan – As soon as Cinema gets a V-Ray update with RT – I am switching, definitely. It just has that natural feeling when I am doing my modelling in it.

Not to mention that I often find myself doing the modeling part in C4D then switching to Max for the rest 8-)

Anyway, I am definitely keeping an eye on how Cinema evolves since we are using it at work. We still haven’t upgraded to R16 but it has some insane changes compared to R15 that we are using at the moment, especially with the materials engine (new reflectance channel to replace reflection/specular, works similar to v-ray) which I am definitely dying to try.

If only Maxon would make some subscription model like Autodesk now…

In the end, you should really think about two options in my opinion – Dish out like 3k euros for C4D R16 Studio (it has it all from your list, amazing native render engine where you don’t need V-Ray at all, great animation tools, very simple workflow) or maybe take Max subscription for a month and try it out, if you like it you might even buy it for a similar price to C4D (should be around 3.8k USD or so) or continue with the subscription plan.

Subscription plan really goes well with freelancing – it is definitely the future (where Maxon will go as well, it’s just the matter of time) :)

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tomislavn says

Glad to have you back! :) It was about time!

I would recommend sticking with Cinema if you are already fond of it. It’s tight integration with Adobe opens up quite some opportunities.

If you are more into arch-viz, getting 3dsmax subscription from Autodesk might be a good choice also :)

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