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111. Blast Wave
• Build a realistic explosion using Action Essentials 2
• Create a powerful shockwave and track using Mocha AE
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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Lance
01/20/2020
hi so awsome your tutorials. can i have question, i could not past anchor point into my null object .what should i do
ilyes
05/17/2020
don't worry about it the new version of mocha doesn't export the anchor point in the tracking data all u have to do is delete the scale option
SIMON KAPINDO
01/09/2020
because of your great works Kramer I now have interest to learn vfx, please continue creating more toturials you inspire me alot
Abdulrahman Al-Othman
01/11/2017
Thank you, Andrew!

Now, its up to us to do what you did and put a little heart into it to achieve stunning realistic quality.
muhammad
12/22/2016
its soo great man :)
Henry LEAL
11/09/2016
me gusta videocopilot
Gabriel
02/23/2016
The best...... Thx man Yo are so awesome!
rashel
08/29/2015
Andrew, is there any way you could provide some advice on how to do the shot tracking you did in mocha using the new Camera tracker that is built into CS6? I would really appreciate some advice! Thanks!
MURALI PEMMADI
08/25/2015
i am VFX roto animater super work
Jack
06/30/2015
If you wanted, you could also adjust the brightness and make it slightly darker once the explosion goes off as if the camera is compensating for the exposure
Michael
12/07/2014
Thanks for the tutorial, it was a blast.
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