I promise I will do the same once I reach that level ;D
Congrats you two, amazing achievement!!
It’s a nice commercial. I think it was filmed here in Croatia, city of Rijeka
I have found a free seamless rope texture map (512×512) and I made a normal map for you using Bitmap2Material application. Check it out if it works for you
If the texture resolution is too low, you can try to find a better one and I can make you a normal map out of it, it takes only a couple of minuteshttps://www.dropbox.com/s/f8d7rfkt6i3fuhs/rope_diffuse_normal_seamless.zip?dl=0
Haha, please do!
Anyway, I agree that it is not the usual situation, and that things like this one were quite specific (for now at least). Still, it is kinda disappointing that when you make a new model (once a month) and you want to be the first one on the market to offer it – until it comes out of the review it is already old.. and done on other markets over 10 times because they had the chance to make it appear for sale instantly.
I guess it will take more then a month for the queue time to stabilize back to normal. If even..
Here it is how it looks, so you get the chance to see how “late” the 3docean is at the moment:
Thank you very much for your reply Calin, I appreciate it .
I could agree with what you have said if this was the case on a much bigger marketplace (let’s take the almighty Themeforest for instance) with lots of reviewers who work from all parts of the world and where you can expect your item to get approved at any time of the day or week.
This marketplace, as you know it the best, cannot be in that same boat for now. We got 1 or 2 (do we have 2 even?) reviewer/s who works for few hours (sometimes more, sometimes less) a day and without weekends. There is only so many items that he can go through in the time frame that he has.
So what you are saying is that it should be called “fair” if someone decides to upload his life’s work at once whenever he thinks that it is ready, meanwhile causing the whole marketplace to wait for a week or more so his stuff can go through that 1 reviewer (or two) – I cannot agree on that.
Okay yes, there are a few items that got through that were in the middle of those batches, but my main point is that the whole marketplace is “late” for a week because of one single user.
It simply cannot be. Either get some additional reviewers when the queue gets tight, or add some fair queue management, since “first come first served basis” cannot be called “quality business” in those cases.
You don’t stop the traffic because of one accident, you make it flow another way
And it continues, same batch of single user’s items, how many did he upload? I lost count after 100… he uploaded 500 in the portfolio in a month.
There must be some upload limit so things like that do not happen. Make it like 10 models a day or something..
I don’t wanna know how many items are stuck in the queue since nothing from this week got through yet (my item is in it from Monday) and the weekend is coming – meaning 2 more days of wait time.
Dear Envato staff, I would like to know if there is some review or upload policy about the number of items that one author can upload or send for review at once.
I have seen that there was a person that uploaded like 100 models this week in a bulk and the review queue went from 1 day to 4 days (and counting, uploaded on monday) since reviewers are spending all their time reviewing the same author’s models over and over.
Nothing too special, no hard feelings, just wondering if there is some fair use system in place that would handle those situations where one person could practically choke the system with their bulk upload for days..
Part time only here few days a month. Maybe some extra days with Envato Studio.