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How do I make this effect?

  • Hi guys i would like to implement this effect of leveling up on a project i´m working on, but i have no idea how.

    Any ideas?

    Help would be greatly appreciated.

    The level up effect occurs at the minute 2:37 of the video.

    Thanks!

  • A sprite animation made by an artist.

  • Is there no other way? Im not really a good artist...

  • I'm not really sure what you're asking, how can I make artwork without being an artist? You can buy premade artwork I guess, there is some in the store on here. You could make a nice particle effect using particles in C2. To make that exact animation though it looks to be a sprite animation that someone will draw. It's possible you could do something similar by making your own workaround movie by adjusting the opacity of a sprite or by using the fade in/out behaviour but the original animation is very detailed and made by an artist.

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  • Looks like one dimensional noise scaled up.

  • I'm not really sure what you're asking, how can I make artwork without being an artist? You can buy premade artwork I guess, there is some in the store on here. You could make a nice particle effect using particles in C2. To make that exact animation though it looks to be a sprite animation that someone will draw. It's possible you could do something similar by making your own workaround movie by adjusting the opacity of a sprite or by using the fade in/out behaviour but the original animation is very detailed and made by an artist.

    Yea what i was asking was could i make something similar using c2 features. I know about particle effects and i have used them alredy, not sure though if i can imitate this effect using that, i´m gonna have to try.

    Regardless of it, i cant figure out how to do it i guess i´m gonna have to make a sprite sheet and try to imitate that effect the best i can.

    Thanks for the answers!

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