Make Spacecraft Fly and Shoot with Blender Effects

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Make Spacecraft Fly and Shoot with Blender Effects

This article shows how to use special effects to put the spacecraft in outer space and make both weapons shoot!
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  • Category: Blender 3D/Effects

  • Submitted on: 2009-12-04 02:43:41

  • Submitted By: Veena

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All the effects shown in this article are created with a mix of particles and composition nodes that generate the effects in a very short time. Both techniques and tools help a lot in this project, and can be used in other 3D modeling and rendering projects as well. It adds even more elements and visual aids to our project in order to bring more realism to the scene.
Elements and visual aids are added in order to bring more realism to the scene. Well-planned special effects are used for any type of object to make the overall visual impact of the project can be much greater! In this article you will see how to use and set up particles in Blender 3D, how to create combustion flares with particles, how to create plasma rays with particles.    More detail...

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