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landing e.g coming threw the roof

Posted: Thu, 11th Dec 2008, 4:02pm

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cavickers

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first get the video of you jumping





you need the bacground picture of the video for when you are coming threw the roof



make sure the background picture is at the bottom the video needs to be on top

then

mask your self while your in the air

after that go on to animation on your video and drag the video off screen and take your masking with you

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Posted: Thu, 11th Dec 2008, 4:07pm

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cavickers

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Reply if you want further help or tell me if it helped you
Posted: Thu, 11th Dec 2008, 4:46pm

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Simon K Jones

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It's a little hard to tell, but I'm pretty sure this isn't a tutorial for invisibility.

You might want to check out some of the other popular tutorials on the site (and other sites) to see how to write and format them. For example:

http://fxhome.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=35277

A tutorial really needs clear, step-by-step instructions that are laid out in a visually interesting and simple manner. So that means numbers, bullet points, headings, lots of images etc.

It's OK to be a little vague if you're talking about general concepts, but if you're being specific then you need to be precise with your instructions. Steps like "down a little bit" are difficult to follow, especially without a visual guide of some sort.

And yeah, make sure the tutorial actually covers the title subject, rather than a completely different effect like a flying take-off. smile

Thanks for putting the effort in, though - keep it up and I'm sure you'll produce something nifty in no time.
Posted: Thu, 11th Dec 2008, 6:33pm

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cavickers

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thanks tarn, i will delete it but how do you add pictures on this. sorry, it was meant to be landing e.g threw the roof. i got mixed up
Posted: Fri, 12th Dec 2008, 3:46pm

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cavickers

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how do you put pictures on tarn
Posted: Sat, 13th Dec 2008, 12:29am

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Axeman

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You upload the picture to a webhost somewhere, then include the link to the image between the tags: [img]your link here[/img]

www.imageshack.us is a free place to upload pics, if you don't have space of your own.
Posted: Sat, 13th Dec 2008, 12:00pm

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cavickers

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thanks