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In this Adobe After Effects tutorial you will learn how to create a digital firework part 2/2.
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Let’s close all this down, and let’s create a new solid and we’ll call this firework explosion. And press OK, and we’ll render out more particles using Particular. Change the—no we don’t change any blend modes here.
And once this explodes to fire—it’s about then, so we’ll drag the center of our explosion down to here. We’ll key frame particles for a second at zero and we’ll go along one frame and we set it to maybe 300. 300 not 3,000 as you can see it’s going to explode we’ll probably need to play with the settings a bit more, well the timing that is. And we also need to boost our velocity. And we might want to even boost this up to maybe 700. And then we’ll give a few seconds and then we’ll key frame it down to zero. So there’s going to be a burst of particles.
We’ll then add some motion blur on, maybe we’ll take it down to 150, maybe more we’ll try 200. Let’s say boost up size of our particle a bit. We’ll change that to maybe seven, maybe we’ll try 10, that looks okay.
And then what we do is to make it look more interesting we’re going to auxiliary system. We’ll emit it from main particles, this is so we can create like one of those thizzy ones I like them to call them, I don’t know why. Create a few more particles at them maybe and we try 40 more 0.2 type, boost up the velocity, maybe 50. Size maybe 15, opacity can be 50, color of the light, which one it’s to be, black to white.
Oh! We can even just set it from let’s say our particles going to be will see it’s going to blue. Kind of a blue, start from blue and eventually fade to a bit of a lighter blue. And what we need to do, we boost up this, bring that velocity. And we’ll take our size down to five. Let’s just make it 10, we’ll see to see how that looks. Render our ram preview. If you're in trouble you have to render these ram previews a lot which can be a little slow. And there we go.
So we need to work on the timing of the firework a bit, so let’s bring this down a bit. Try that, and let’s say she had a glow, just type in glow and where’s our glow? We don’t even need to change it to AB. We can just bring out the radius. And we’ll try and see what does looks like.
Okay lets have a look? And there we go that’s our firework. I’m just going to have to end this quick. If you don’t know, really I’m trying to get to 100 subscribers before the first of August, so if you haven’t ready and you like to get quick access to all my new videos straight from YouTube home page, please subscribe. But other than that please comment and rate to this video and all my others and yes thank you for watching.