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xeoncat Feb 7, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
true. sometimes in flashkit.com one can find samples and simple effects that can be mixed. Also in soundcloud.com you can find a lot of indy artists that might be willing to share their compositions ;)
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xeoncat Feb 7, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Ah! Very nice. Easier than I thought.
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priteeboy Jan 11, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
@00:56The exploding planets were cool, though I was also impressed by the animated surpernova going on in the background 8-)
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Hameed Jan 11, 2010   Digital Artist
I think you will love it, its a pain to learn but once all thats out of the way, you can really have some fun.
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See this video in HD on youtube: [link]

Another learning project, its alway fun creating planets only to destroy them.

This was never meant to be a polished finished product, and has a few minor errors, it was just a project to make while learning PFlow.

See also 1920x1200 wallpaper:-

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xeoncat Feb 6, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
@01:07excellent. Great particle work indeed. On a finished animation, I would suggest that the logo consolidates in full 2D with a flash, perhaps with a solid black background, or a starry background.

If the animation had 20 seconds I would recommend the THX sound to accompany it LOL (would probably hit a copyright or two, but it would be awesome)
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Hameed Feb 6, 2010   Digital Artist
@01:07Hehe yeah that would sound cool, its always a pain finding free music thats suitable for this kind of thing.
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xeoncat Feb 7, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
true. sometimes in flashkit.com one can find samples and simple effects that can be mixed. Also in soundcloud.com you can find a lot of indy artists that might be willing to share their compositions ;)
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xeoncat Feb 6, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
@00:10Great fractal light distribution in the nebula. How did you do that?
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Hameed Feb 6, 2010   Digital Artist
@00:10I animated the properties of the flare that creates the sun.
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xeoncat Feb 7, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Ah! Very nice. Easier than I thought.
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@01:06Excellent animation!! I love the fact that the dot of the eye is the focus initially. :XD:
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@01:06unbelievably good, well done
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priteeboy Jan 11, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
@00:56The exploding planets were cool, though I was also impressed by the animated surpernova going on in the background 8-)
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