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Sand Text (how to write on sand)

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Pixey    1,959

Once again you made my jaw drop.  You have such an amazing talent for this - Bravo - and thank you for taking the time to do the tutorial :beer:

 

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ventor1    15

Wow... speechless!

 

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Thank you once again for another great tute. YM

 

Cheers,

 

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david.atwell    280

This is remarkable!  Truly.  Thanks Yellowman :star:

 

Pinned.

Oops.  I meant to do that when I said "WHOA."  Thanks, EER.

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yellowman    205

@Red ochre, nitenurse, Helen,Cc4FuzzyHuggles, Pixey, MikeRobe, Ventor, Goonfella, Seerose and DrewDale,

 

Great result from all of you, I am so glad with all these beautiful images, and this give a good indication that the tutorial was clear enough and maybe easy to follow :)

 

And I would like to thank EER & David for the tutorial pin. Thanks so much :)

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Oceana    127

A really good tutorial, easy to follow, thanks yellowman. Some very nice pictures created here. Congrats on the pin :)

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Seerose    1,914

thanks for this great tut. it helped me create this:

 

 

@racerx! WOW! How did they do it? Very nicely done! Many thanks.

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racerx    265

I made the handwriting in the sand following this tutorial. Instead of making my sand from scratch, I used this image and overlayed the effect on the beach image.

 

To do the animation, I imported both images (before/after) into Aviutl (a very good free, very advanced video editor)  http://www.videohelp.com/tools/AviUtl Then I used a Technic called "animated mask revile" to give the appearance of writing live. It's a typical effect to simulate handwriting. I then exported to animated GIF.   

 

I made a bunch of tutorials for Aviutl, but it is very advanced and not suitable to novice video editors.

 

http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/360967-AviUtl-video-tutorial?p=2288628#post2288628

 

http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/366724-Aviutl-Tips-Tricks-and-Support-thread

 

It can make nice special effects like this example:

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