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michiel | a year ago | 14 comments | 13 likes | 2,325 views

Tintin, Ilja, Alex-Raymond T. and 10 others like this!

Here's an example of what you can do with the new ProceduralTextures\ControlPanel effect of version 14.7:

The tunnel is rendered with a sketch layer and designed in Bixelangelo:

To turn a sketch into a tunnel, mirror the tube by setting the PEN SIZE property to negative values.

The ControlPanel effect uses by default a blue/red/purple colour scheme. This can be adjusted with the FX properties. I'd be very interested to see your favourite colours!

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En effet c'est spectaculaire et impressionnant

PAT67, a year ago

Wonderful, Powerful !!! BT got biceps. Thank You michiel.?

vincent, a year ago

Wow great effect!

Filip, a year ago

Maybe a reflectionmap or cubemap would be nice to add to control panel cfx.

vincent, a year ago

Superbe ! ? ? Encore du travail intéressant avec effets spectaculaires en perspective . ?

Alex-Raymond T., a year ago

Great Michiel!!!!! Thank you

chaver, a year ago

Not my favorite colors, BuT just playing with the settings.

Michiel could it have a option to hide the numbers, now I had to change 3 color settings to do so which limits the colour gradient.

Wow Youtube's Algorithm butchers the video again badly.

komies, a year ago

Great effect.

ID Production, a year ago

Another awesome effect!
BT is ingeniously!

Ulli, a year ago

Super effet Alex.

vincent, a year ago

Fantastic Michiel!

vincent " Maybe a reflectionmap or cubemap would be nice to add to control panel cfx."

Yes! Very good idea!!

LostBoyz, a year ago

Awesome! Love this :)

Pixelpanther, a year ago

Extraordinario show

persiana, a year ago

Superb Show. Bravo komies, Bravo BT!

Alex-Raymond T., a year ago

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