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Water animations

Posted by stardom (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 19, 06 at 15:07

I have been trying to get water to animate, so it looks realistic.If you have any tips, I would be pleased to have them. Here is my effort.It is done from a very easy tutorial
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RE: Water animations

Can you slow the animation down just a little? That might help but it is still pretty neat.
Judy


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RE: Water animations

I agree with Judy, but otherwise I think the water looks great. What about Squirlz?
Carol


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RE: Water animations

I apologize if this takes a long time to open. I did the tut, then took it to Squirlz and did the rest. The falls lost some of the effect they had in AS.

Carol


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RE: Water animations

I was trying to animate the falls without using squirlz,I used the jingle effect in eye candy.I have slowed down the animation now, looks much better. Thank you all for your help.


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RE: Water animations

stardom,
Your pic above looks fine to me. I would make the water move also. Been so long, I bet I can't remember how? "LOL"

Carol,
Yours blinks for me. I see the bottom water move but the falls are still.
May be just my dialup?

Urlee


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I'm on dialup too and its doing the same for me.
Judy


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RE: Water animations

With cable connection they do flow, but they are a little jumpy. When I animated them in AS they looked beautiful. Redoing it in Squirlz something happened to make they jumpy.
Carol


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