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michiel | 9 years ago | 9 comments | 14 likes | 4,354 views

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Here are 3 screenshots of a new explosion effect that we are currently experimenting with.

Although a few fragments are surrealistically floating in the air in the top picture, I think it already looks much better than the current EXPLOSION property (of the text layer). I particularly like the ff fragments in the middle picture!

It's not really an explosion, but rather broken pieces, fragments or shards. I think some particle effects to suggest fire and smoke have to be added in order to call it an explosion. Can't wait to see how that will look like!

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Very good, and Awesome pic!:-)

LostBoyz, 9 years ago

interesting. You try to get a glass break too?
I refer to a break similar to that of a glass

maitegras, 9 years ago

I think you can create breaking glass by adding a bit of reflectionmapping and transparency.

michiel, 9 years ago

is correct. I mean the structure to break
equal to a web of a spider

maitegras, 9 years ago

Yes. You can apply the new explosion effects to a picture layer as well!

michiel, 9 years ago

Thanks for the reply, it will be a pleasure to play with this new function

maitegras, 9 years ago

Michiel, I had to come back to look at this again!

IntroChamp, 9 years ago

I leave here a sample made ​​from sources.
the source I have done (font creator)
I like these new features were something like this automatically.
I've had to work a few hours to do this.
but with his new tool may be done in minutes

maitegras, 9 years ago

Absolutely! That's what BluffTitler is all about: making things possible in seconds that require hours in other applications!

michiel, 9 years ago

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