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Franco Aversa | a year ago | 10 comments | 6 likes | 666 views

PAT67, michiel, persiana and 3 others like this!

I drew the flame tip with a bitmap-vector graphics program. I added smoke and sparks and light. How does it seem to you as a result?




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Hello Franco,
Well, that seems very realistic. Is it possible to change the appearance of the flame depending on the use.
For example, Vincent gave me a montage to have the burner flame of my hot air balloons, from particles, with the possibility of changing the appearance of the flame he had used for the torch of the statue of freedom in one of his montages. The disadvantage with particles is that they go through models and eps.

Is it possible to have a little tutorial on this flame?
Franco thank you for sharing all of your work

Alex-Raymond T., a year ago


Hi Alex,
the drawing is done with a bitmap that I designed. As you can see it is quite realistic. On my YouTube channel I always do video tutorials that I propose. I insert here the drawing I used for the flame.

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Thank you Franco, I'm going for it.

Alex-Raymond T., a year ago


you must use these particles with the LightenedAdditive.cfx effect

Franco Aversa, a year ago


OK, thank you

Alex-Raymond T., a year ago


another one

Franco Aversa, a year ago


and even more

Franco Aversa, a year ago


ça chauffe , c'est très réaliste Vincent

PAT67, a year ago


Ca chauffe aussi chez Pat, Patrick, le pyromane c'est Franco, on va mettre ça sur le compte de la fumée qui gène un peu la visibilité. En passant : bravo à Franco pour ces recherches toujours intéressantes.

vincent, a year ago


Aujourd'hui, ça s'est passé comme ça parce que j'avais froid, j'ai un rhume!
Merci à tous!

Franco Aversa, a year ago


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