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Plugins to beginners (Like me...)

Posted: Sat, 22nd Jan 2005, 9:58pm

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Lord Soth

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Beginners, like me, could need some easy plug-ins...
Like fire trail in the demo version. Its built over time, i put i one place, then it last until the explotion is over.
Now i dont know if its like that already, because, I havent bought alam dv2 yet.
If u see at this shot:
- http://fxhome.com/alamdv2/plugins/info_cache/plugin955.html -
If the beam could be there a little, so i dont have to put on a new alien cloud beam each route(when u animate, u have the movie splitted in parts...)

Please tell me if it is like that, or start making some!
Posted: Sat, 22nd Jan 2005, 10:04pm

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Joshwa

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i have no idea what you just said
Posted: Sat, 22nd Jan 2005, 10:06pm

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Lord Soth

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hehe... I understand.... Im not english. Im from norway, and isnt so good in english as you guys... And 14 years!biggrin
Posted: Sat, 22nd Jan 2005, 10:08pm

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Joshwa

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dont worry, hang around here for a while and your english will improve
Posted: Sat, 22nd Jan 2005, 10:12pm

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Lord Soth

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I hope so:D

But my meaning with this topic, was if some1 could make more plugins like firetrail in the demo version of alam dv2. U just put it on, and look at the explotion!biggrin Very easy for beginners to make animations...
Posted: Sat, 22nd Jan 2005, 11:59pm

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TimmyD

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What you mean, is that you dont want to have still photos like that beam last only one frame. You dont want to copy it for each frame. You can EASILY make the effect longer by dragging the asteriks down the line and placing them where you want it to stop.
Posted: Sun, 23rd Jan 2005, 11:05am

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Lord Soth

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Thanks anyway:D