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ali alawdi
07/23/2014
very good
Ramses
03/22/2014
were are all the tuts i use some as reference when i can remember something in particular... ?
ishaqe
09/21/2013
The effects of a very wonderful and easy to use all the creative needs
Nate
08/26/2013
BlurryPixel's Pixelcloud plugin also offers a relighting workflow although it does come with a price tag. there is a technique to utilise normal passes in AE however you will not be able to control it or animate it via the lights but rather through a colour mixer channel(photoshop technique) and therefore will not be as versatile as Normality. Pixelcloud is awesome but the pipeline for relighting is not as elegant as normality - the plus with pixelcloud, u can generate 3D motion graphics with depth maps - make your 2D images semi 3D. not 2.5D, not fully blown 3D, just semi 3D ;) heres a promo:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TV87pFtVEk
Ryan
06/10/2013
Normality is no longer available :( The developer had philosophical differences with the shift to Creative Cloud. Does anybody know of an alternative to this plugin?
Kyle
09/08/2014
Same here. The whole web site is down. Can anyone share their copy?
sroelofsen
07/27/2013
Normality is still available as a legacy download http://www.3dcg.net/legacy-downloads/

Scroll down to find Normality 3.11
parsec3d
06/29/2013
Same here... could anyone please put the plugin (Normality) into his/her dropbox to share this wonderful plugin? Would be highly appreciated...
Awesome Man
01/15/2013
I just wanted to point out that it is actually kind of realistic that the light was on the wrong side of the water droplet thingy (That's a technical term). Because water refracts light, the brightest part of a drop is the part that is farthest from the light source. Where the light is pointing, the water refracts light away, and it is actually darker. Here is and example.

http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/thumblarge_564/129222458416uEsr.jpg
Michael
12/19/2012
Owww! My mind was blown! Great job! I've learned so much.
Joel
09/05/2012
when will you reach your limit of awesomeness...
phil
08/16/2012
"We don't actually want to look at it, we just want it to be there... That's exactly what my wife said to me the other day."
Manjunath
07/16/2012
hey Andrew..thanks a lot for normality....ur awesome...am learing many things from u apart from my classes...thnks a lot...
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95. Scene Re-Lighting
• Use normal-map to relight 3d scenes in AE
• Advanced lighting, reflection & Refraction
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