MAKE YOUR OWN LIGHTWRAP a quick look at how to make your own realistic lightwrap inside of Smoke and Flame without using 3rd party plugins if you have any comments or questions please leave one below to download the source footage CLICK HERE Posted In: home, tutorials
Your last multiply stage is clever. Something I have been playing around with only this last year, but using highlights and shadows like that is useful in so many situations.ReplyDelete
great tutorials by the way! I like the quick pace and getting to the point. Makes me think harder! So thanks for that.
thanks alot Alex, i really appreciate itReplyDelete
I learnt the very same trick at fxphd few years ago, but now I like to do it the way shown here:ReplyDelete
OK, pixel spread needs processing power, but still...
i have used that technique too, but besides the processing power required i often get wierd edges as a result of the pixel spread lightwwrap technique, but as i'm sure you know its what ever the tool to get you across the line :)ReplyDelete
True. Then I do the same, just I start with pixel spread as default...:)ReplyDelete
u r simply superb....ReplyDelete
thanks for shring ..
THERES NO LOGIC OPS IN 2015? WHAT NODE DO I USE?ReplyDelete
the comp node is the new logic op.Delete
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