This website uses cookies and contains YouTube videos

We use cookies to personalize content and to analyze our traffic. We also have YouTube and Vimeo videos on our website. If you continue to use this site, you accept our privacy policy.

Accept cookies


Franco Aversa | a year ago | 11 comments | 7 likes | 497 views

Ulli, LostBoyz, chaver and 4 others like this!

in this animation the liquid is made with an eps with a round profile and a very enlarged pen to fill the "test tube" cylinder.
So using the "write" command the liquid grows from bottom to top without having to adjust the position while the liquid rises.




Share this on FacebookShare this on Twitter

That would be a great way to present election results!

michiel, a year ago


Very cool Franco! What's this music? Thank you :)

LostBoyz, a year ago


The music is from Artlist: Blossom by Blossom ( I have the rights to use it, but then it's a very small piece).

I also synchronized the sounds of water and bubbles.

Now I have entered the <counter /> command
so also the percentage grows with the liquid.

@Michiel it can be used like any graph. For the elections it's good in Italy, where it's always an alchemy of colors ... LOL!

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Great show.

vincent, a year ago


Thank you Franco! Where can I buy music? Cool music :)

LostBoyz, a year ago


Artlist provides an annual fee and then you can download all the music you want and use it forever. I don't know if the author sells the music separately through other channel.
if you want to take a look at ArtList just search for artlist.io

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Thank you Franco!

LostBoyz, a year ago


Très astucieux Franco

Very clever Franco

PAT67, a year ago


Una gran demostración en tu show

persiana, a year ago


thanks to all, I also realized it quite quickly because I had clear ideas.
the test tube can be easily duplicated because it is in a container.

www.wvdata.info...

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Great, I like that.

Ulli, a year ago


Comment to this article

You must be logged in before you can comment to this article. Login | Register

More by Franco Aversa

About Franco Aversa

I'm a videomaker since 1986, now I work at my company.

Contact Franco Aversa by using the comment form on this page or at facebook.com/francoaversavideomaker/