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Re: Animated Running Water Tap (Pat625 request) (TO FIND)

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Pat625
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Re: Animated Running Water Tap (Pat625 request) (TO FIND)

Post#1 by Pat625 » 09 Jun 2017, 03:17


Thank you very much, Conbagui, for your tutorial. I am not well versed in animations so I love to do the tutorials that I can learn from. Thank you again.
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Pat625
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Post#2 by Pat625 » 09 Jun 2017, 05:08


Thank you very much, Conbagui. I really appreciate the time and energy spent to make these tutorials. I really like to do them.
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oldmangrumpy
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Post#3 by oldmangrumpy » 09 Jun 2017, 06:47


Pat - very visually pleasant outcome; well done :gimp_clap:

Also good to see your water goes in the right direction ... mine kept going upwards :lol:
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Post#4 by Tom » 02 Dec 2019, 21:52


I don't know how Conbagui did it so I thought I would give it a go.
I used a portable version of GIMP 2.8.22
I made a rectangular selection where the water would be and input those measurements into
Fencepost's Animated Fire Script ( It doesn't work on Gimp 2.10 yet )
In Fencepost Animated Fire Script I replaced the Incandesant Gradient with Stone Marble 02 Gradient and ran it.
When it was finished I flipped the image vertically to get the right direction of flow.
It's my first attempt so it could probably be better.
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Tom
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Post#5 by Tom » 03 Dec 2019, 15:13


Another try with 25 frames instead of 10
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Tom
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Post#6 by Tom » 03 Dec 2019, 18:39


Didn't want to waste the water ... ;)
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Pat625
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Post#7 by Pat625 » 04 Dec 2019, 18:14


Very innovative, and you have a good result.

Edit: I will re-write the original tutorial as soon as I can. However, I have been typing one handed for about 5-6 weeks (I have posted comments but few creations as so slow) so it may take awhile. I had broken Lt. wrist, cast removed yesterday, to start physical therapy as fingers & wrist very stiff, painful. Hopefully up to speed soon.
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