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Get Blown Away With An Explosive Corridor Blast

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BOOM !!!... seriously guys, blowing things up is the only reason why you all are watching these sites, right? =D
Anyway, in this beginner to advanced tutorial I want to give you a good start to create...well...chaos and destruction, muharr harr...just kidding, have fun guys! =D

Requirements


  • Images You can download the photos of the door and the corridor.
  • Action Movie Essentials The clips used was from the the first volume. But you can download the most recent package here.

Overview


  • Core Training Value: Setting up a 3d corridor from still images. Simulating a flaming explosion by animating the doors, shattering the glass, and creating displacement "heat".
  • Difficulty: Intermediate

Preview

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Tutorial

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