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I've finally got around to implementing a single-effect implemenation of the fire effect. Due to the nature of this effect, it does best when you give it a blurry black and white image to start with:

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And it remakes the same shape as a firey outline:

After.jpg

Try it out!

http://ddrcoder.com/Fire/TJacksonEffects.zip

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this my first time to post anything in the world (i mean PDN :mrgreen: ) .. and i alwaysed wanted to post my first comment as a tutorial,

but this is a real amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing plug-in !!!!

when compare to the another one......... THIS IS ALWAYS GOING TO ROOOOOOOL :P

wait to see other amazing things from you :twisted:

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