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  • Kevin McQuade

    March 22, 2006 at 4:06 pm

    Hey Dudes,

    I would like to create a pink “satin” background for a Father Daughter Ball ad. I know there was a tutorial up recently, but I cannot find it now.

    Any help would be appreciated!
    Kev

  • Zander

    March 22, 2006 at 8:03 pm

    ok

    A) SEARCH, actually this post (that your thinking for) is down at the botttum of my page with a 1 week delay

    B)when in any forum on this site, at the top of the page is a pretty picture that denotes the forum your in, many of these such pretty pictures lead to all, and i mean all, the articles for this forum. After effects is one of these forums

    C) and witch that im not a total sourpuss so heres the link https://forums.creativecow.net/cgi-bin/new_page_wrapper.cgi?forumid=1&page=https://www.creativecow.net/articles/zwar_chris/fractal_noise/index.html

  • Marcos Rosario

    May 6, 2008 at 4:13 am

    I am having a little trouble getting the effect to look like a realistic looking satin sheet. Can anyone give some direction on what effects should be tweaked to acheive the genuine look to the satin?

    I have a new composition created in AE with a layer solid which I have applied the Emboss, Fractal Noise, and Colorama effects, and layered in the same order as I just identified them.

    Emboss: I have just added this effect as the top layer to get closer to the satin look. I realy havn’t made any adjustments to this effect, as I don’t realy notice any changes in the composition aside from the immediate change when the effect is applied.

    Fractal Noise: I have adjusted the Evolution settings to animate the solid, and adjusted the brightness and contrast values to get somewhat close to satin I want.

    Colorama: I have simply changed the color to the solid using this effect. Again I have just changed the colors so it give the effect a deeper color with smoother transitions when the solid is animated.

    As mentioned the problem I have is that it still doesn’t have the genuine feel to it. It moves like satin, kindof looks like satin, but not realy. What can I do to make it have a more realistic look to it?…I’m a nubie if you didn’t already know.

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