Forgot to put this one up:
I am so overwhelmed by all these tutorials with all the stuff I still have to get learned enough to have it be as easy as doing graphics. Bookmarking.
Wow @InscapeDigital not only is that a cool time saver it is a great learning tool.
Nice one...or ten. Could I suggest you make the name of the Preset in your posts a link to the webpage/ preset itself?It's just that when I think I'd like to go and get a Preset it's "What's that website called again? Where do I find that link in my hundreds of 'useful' bookmarks? Google it again? Oh, forget it."Assume that others could be as disorganised/lazy as me. Edit: Yes, just like that.
@inScapeDigital Thanks tremendously for these. Particle setup is my weakest area in a whole host of weak ones, and this will certainly come in handy.
That one I liked a lot!
Really nice effect! To bad I don't have pro
@inScapeDigital Excellent tut as always. I really like that you explained the why of the settings after you changed them that extra bit is super educational to me.
Good one! (sure need a like option around here)
Nice twist and expansion on a classic technique.
For further ways to refine this effect, I recommend this old Majahr Pictures tutorial that demonstrates how to use Control Map layers with Atomic.
If using a wipe to collapse the Atomic, I would recommend keyframing the shape of Javert's particle emitter so it "collapses" along with the Atomic text.
@tddavis Thanks for letting me know, I've been making an effort to do that more often.
@Triem23 Good tutorial, thanks!
@JavertValbarr That Electric text is sweet!! Thanks RMD80 for that one for me. Hope you have enjoyed your internship this summer. Are you coming back stateside or have you gone Brit on us?
@tddavis I very much enjoyed the internship! I'll be here in the US for the next few months until future plans are finalized.
Well, welcome home then. And that sounds promising indeed for you.
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