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Franco Aversa | a year ago | 13 comments | 7 likes | 378 views

persiana, Alex-Raymond T., Tintin and 4 others like this!

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Thanks for choosing pink colour, Franco

komies, a year ago


nothing is a pleasure!

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Bubbling with joy with your show...superb...show..Franco..

Dani, a year ago


Great show Franco. Love the bubble's

Filip, a year ago


Faut pas se coincer la bulle pour faire un tel spectacle , bravo Franco.

PAT67, a year ago


It reminds me of what's left after chewing a chewing-gum Malabar. Well done Franco.

vincent, a year ago


Haha Ghostbusters really good Franco

elvis66, a year ago

Muy bien Franco

persiana, a year ago


Thanks.

I didn't understand why the letters on the sides tend to disappear

Franco Aversa, a year ago




Franco, I tried to remake this show and I saw the same problem. When the particle size is to low the right part of the text is not covered. In the picture the Picture size value is 2,2,2

I had to increase the "Particle size" value to 8,8,8 to cover the whole text.
Did you find another explanation. Maybe a question for Michiel?

Filip, a year ago


Thanks Filip,
it is the first time that it happens sincerely, I don't know from what it can depend, I have tried to increase also the speed and the particles emitted. Perhaps the longer the writing, the more time the particles take to cover it. Perhaps Michiel can explain to us how to improve

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Franco, when using the blob style, all particles are rendered as a single mesh (3D model). To make sure the animation keeps on performing in realtime, BluffTitler uses a max of 200.000 vertices per mesh.

I think you generate too many vertices. An easy way to prevent this is to use bigger particles.

michiel, a year ago


I like your test, Franco

Ulli, a year ago


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