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Digital Blood

Posted: Sun, 26th Mar 2006, 12:26am

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geigel1

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I vote for digital blood so it can go flying in a fight scene like in Kingdom of Heaven...etc. Thank you.
Posted: Sun, 26th Mar 2006, 2:56am

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TimmyD

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Never use digital blood. Never. Thats all im going to say to you.
Posted: Sun, 26th Mar 2006, 11:48pm

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ryanprickle

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If you want a bullet squib type hit, I made one that I think isn't TOO bad for digital blood. And, if you need it flying, If you adjust mine a little bit, you can get what you want.

Ryan
Posted: Tue, 28th Mar 2006, 11:50am

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blh

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hey ryan,

can we see this blood?
Posted: Wed, 29th Mar 2006, 2:07am

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ryanprickle

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Well, actually, check the downloadable preset list for blood.

Ryan
Posted: Wed, 29th Mar 2006, 2:13am

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Serpent

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TimmyD wrote:

Never use digital blood. Never. Thats all im going to say to you.
It's possible to pull of and can even be better in bullet time or slow motion sequences. But until you can becom a particle MASTER then you should seriously stick to physical blood or stock footage as a last resort.
Posted: Wed, 29th Mar 2006, 8:17am

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blh

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ryan

have seen the ons in the library.........some are ok......

is one of them yours?
Posted: Thu, 30th Mar 2006, 12:23am

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Wizard

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benholmes wrote:

have seen the ons in the library.........some are ok......

is one of them yours?
To check a specific member’s preset submissions take a look at their profile; if the member has their profile set up to display their presets, an entire list containing the presets they have made should be in the middle of the page (approximately), and to the right.

Incase you are un-aware, you can check a profile by clicking a members name that can be found at the top of every post (surrounded by yellow if they are a gold member, and grey if they are a non-gold member), or by clicking the icon, found at the bottom of every post. "ryanprickle" has created one preset to this day, under the name "Smokey Spray Blood Splatter".

Have a great day.
Wizard.