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Bullets hitting wood objects

Posted: Fri, 21st Nov 2003, 3:41pm

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juancfig

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Is it possible for someone to create a plugin that simulates the effect of bullets hitting wood objects. For example, when a bullet hits a tree or a wooden crate, you see wooden chips and splinters flying all over the place. Could someone make something like that?
Posted: Sat, 22nd Nov 2003, 12:06am

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Pooky

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That might be helpful.
Posted: Sat, 22nd Nov 2003, 12:38am

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Marek

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I would suggest (this is if you only have alamdv2 at your disposal)
getting: http://fxhome.com/alamdv2/plugins/info_cache/plugin765.html
and: http://fxhome.com/alamdv2/plugins/info_cache/plugin78.html
then, put the sparks in the layer under the dust, so that the dust sort of covers up the sparks. That should work from a fair distance but probably not too close up. An alternative would be to use a program that uses particals, like 3DS MAX, partical allusion (Maybe particalusion.. i cant remember) or AE (though the partical generator in ae kinda sucks).

cool
Posted: Sat, 22nd Nov 2003, 12:39am

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4036Douglas

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there have been several requests for something like this, but most think that it would be too hard to match up the grainn of the wood.
Posted: Wed, 17th Dec 2003, 2:05pm

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TAP2

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I've just uploaded an ideal wood bullet hit plugin for review.
It should be in the plugins section tommorow...

(20 Hours later...)

http://fxhome.com/alamdv2/plugins/info_cache/plugin1253.html