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Filming EJ Posted: Feb 21st 2009

How do you create the water effects(like pouring tea) and fire effects? I know you can make them out of wrappers or tin foil, but how?


thetopbun Posted: Feb 21st 2009

Do you want to use special effects?


potatoes63 Posted: Feb 21st 2009

you can use cling wrap as water being poored. and for fire you can add it in with CGI or you can take tin foil and shine a laser pointer on it. hope dat helps.... oh ya and you can use clear gel/petroleum jelly as water also.;)


iantimothy Posted: Feb 21st 2009

in beaver creek two i used both, like potatoe said you can use plastic wrap for water, for fire i used some red yellow and orange tissue paper cutouts then replaced them every two frames


thetopbun Posted: Feb 22nd 2009

Hey it was me which found out about the gel for water! Haha! It doesn't matter really! That is what Aardman use.


Purple&Brown Posted: Apr 5th 2009

Does anyone know any Special effects programs?


crackingtoast Posted: Apr 20th 2009

pinnacle studio 11 is brilliant. it does fire,greenscreen,water ripples,and it's great for animations and live-action films. it's like windows movie maker but better.


Purple&Brown Posted: Apr 21st 2009

is it free?


Purple&Brown Posted: Apr 21st 2009

I have pinnacle 9


crackingtoast Posted: Apr 21st 2009

pinnacle 9 is okay but pinnacle 11 does have alot more special effects like water,fire,smoke etc which makes it worth the price. if you know how to use pinnacle 9 well that's an extra so you wouldn't find everything hard if you get it.


ben 2 Posted: Jul 12th 2009

u could use a liter but make sure you have an adult and a cup of water ive got burn marks


concon Posted: Jul 19th 2009
:O

yianni Posted: Mar 31st 2012

for tea the aardman team says use brown celefane the light gives it a great effect


yianni Posted: Apr 1st 2012

use after effects it's $100 but works a treat




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