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Onixess
10/20/2014
Me encantan estos tutoriales, gracias por tu ayuda en mi formación como animador.
rodykon
05/20/2013
Can't you just duplicate the futage layer, make a mask, change the mode to 'Add' and use the Hue/Saturation effect to change the light color?
epic0217
07/22/2013
You can, but it doesn't come out as well.
ALAZAR
05/07/2013
like you'r suff and do you read the message or the comment i write for you and my optical flare nedd a crack so ware can i get the crake.
Yohan
02/22/2013
Awesome
Stede
09/08/2012
Mats- Buy the Action Essentials Pack 1 really good stuff.

The Muzzle Flash is to small in my case
Mr YEOEY
10/31/2011
Andrew always does the most complex version of all the stuff! Instead of using levels just set the blending mode to add!!
caden burleson
09/29/2011
So do I need a new adjustment layer for each gunshot I make? Because the masks with change each time.
Mats
06/29/2011
where can i find a muzzle flash
osbmentproduce
01/24/2012
google itevery one check out my youtube channel, osbmentproduce
Eric
07/19/2011
Action Essentials 2 is amazing for muzzle flashes
Mr Eddie
06/15/2011
A much easier way to do this is to just duplicate your base layer and change the mode to add. Then put the duplicated layer on top of your base layer and draw a mask where you want the light to be at.
yeah
06/10/2011
its amazing!
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21. Simulated Lighting
• Make a muzzle flash actually light up your scene
• Use for saber hits, lighting or even explosions!
Posted on Mar 05, 2007
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