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NextPreviousHomeParticle Picture Reveal

michiel | a year ago | 14 comments | 18 likes | 809 views

Tintin, Ulli, LostBoyz and 15 others like this!

When you apply the Special\Masked effect to a particle layer, the particles become a window to a fullscreen background picture.

Place this picture in the 1st texture slot in the MEDIA > Change texture... dialog.

This is a reply to a question by Persiana:
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I hope these shows can get you started.


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Great examples thanks for sharing.

Vanlen, a year ago

Thnx Michiel, it proves that BluffTitler has infinite possibilities.

Filip, a year ago


Muchas gracias Michiel, creo que ahora podré hacer lo que deseo

persiana, a year ago


Thanks, that's a truly amazing effect.

If you use 3D blobs instead of 2D circles and play a bit with specularity and transparency you can make it look a lot like a reflection in water.

Thor5ten, a year ago


Merci Michiel très bel effet

PAT67, a year ago


Thank you Michiel for sharing and also Persiana (J.M.) for that question.

Eddy, a year ago

Thank you all!

michiel, a year ago


Thank you Michiel and Persiana

Babe34, a year ago

Bluff Titler is a cornucopia of fantastic effects!

Ulli, a year ago


Hola MIchiel, se podría conseguir, que la abertura que hace la capa de imagen para mostrar una foto, fuese un corazón, un cuadrado, un círculo, etc.

persiana, a month ago


Persiana, this can be done by using a transparent PNG file.

michiel, a month ago


Michiel, creo que no entiendo bien lo que dices, pues no logro hacerlo.

persiana, a month ago




Persiana, when you attach a particle layer to a transparent picture, the particles are only emitted from the non-transparent pixels. In this screenshot I have attached 2 particle layers to a picture of the silhouette of the girl. Both particle layers use the Special\Masked effect with the original photo.

Yes, you can be very creative with the particle layer!

michiel, a month ago


Muy buena explicación, no lo tenía muy claro, pero ahora lo comprendí
Muchas gracias

persiana, a month ago


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