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  1. 14 Apr ’12  4:28 pm by Jordan Reply

    Nice tutorial. But damn, Youtube... I'd like to be able to download the video. Please go back to Vimeo. Thanks for the .blend file, too!

    • 15 Apr ’12  12:14 am by Greg Zaal

      There's always keepvid.com

    • 27 Apr ’12  5:20 pm by GabeBlow

      If you are in FireFox There Is a Add-on For Downloading Youtube Videos.

    • 12 Aug ’12  6:22 am by Steven Powers (SMP)

      Try using JDownloader. It is great for taking tutorials on the road. You can download from almost any site.

  2. 15 Apr ’12  2:34 am by Robert Reply

    Great way to achieve a proper wireframe in cycles. You should have mentioned there's one thing to think about: As for the wire-UVs every Polygon is filling the whole space from -1 to +1, even if these polygons are different sized, the wireframe between these will show a different thickness as well.

  3. 15 Apr ’12  9:34 am by tarik bagriyanik Reply

    here is my node editor:
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=286144494797855&set=a.178860575526248.45913.132831550129151&type=1&theater

  4. 16 Apr ’12  11:05 am by Phil_thy Reply

    For those who are not big fans of noodles there's another simple way to get a wireframe in Cycles:
    Export your UV map with the "Export UV Layout" to an B&W image, delete the white background in gimp/PS, apply it on top of your texture and viola.

  5. 16 Apr ’12  12:37 pm by TheGeorge Reply

    This is a great way to achieve this. I was pulling my hair out on this one. Thanks

  6. 18 Apr ’12  4:01 am by Calzaath Reply

    thank you :)

  7. 22 Apr ’12  5:08 am by miso nemcek Reply

    thank you , but I think your method is very complicated. I like simple things and methods and the same result you get with stupid image - black square with white borders http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3364290421105&set=a.3364289341078.2133769.1084442572&type=1&theater
    or you can make a dense grid quite easily http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3364289741088&set=a.3364289341078.2133769.1084442572&type=1&theater

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  9. 19 May ’12  1:03 am by Sinkfish Reply

    Nice tuts.. Successfully made one.
    Any tips in make the wireframe glowing effects?

    • 19 May ’12  1:38 am by Greg Zaal

      I just used an emission shader instead of a diffuse one for the wire part of the nodes. Then composited in a tiny bit of glow (http://blendernerd.com/five-ways-to-create-glow/)

  10. 9 Jun ’12  5:01 am by Ranx Reply

    Hi, thanks for the great tutorial (as always).
    I only have one question. I need to download those add-ons that you show at the beginning of the video, but I can't find them in Blender 2.63. I search for them in the Add-ons panels, but nothing...
    Can you please help me out?
    Thanks

  11. 13 Oct ’12  6:48 pm by Scott Reply

    I cant seem to find the wireframe addons in Blender 2.63. Do you know where to find them elsewhere?

    • 19 Oct ’12  3:45 am by Kaosbeat

      bundle + install instructions here: http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Extensions:2.6/Py/Scripts/Toolkits Too bad both plugins mentioned are not in this package.

      some googling led me to this http://projects.blender.org/scm/viewvc.php/*checkout*/contrib/py/scripts/addons/mesh_solidify_wireframe.py?revision=3201&root=bf-extensions&pathrev=3319 but I can't tell you iof this is the latest and greatest version

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