HOW TO: Weather Effects

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OK, here’s an example I gave someone on another thread and I hope it helps:

EXT. BACKGROUND - DAY with effect HARD RAIN

NARR
Bla bla bla, whole scene goes here.

EXT. BACKGROUND - DAY

NARR
Scene goes here where it’s not raining anymore.

(So, basically, to turn off a weather effect, you will need to re-write your background without the effect on it, and re-place all of your characters into the scene).-a quote of mine

We can’t layer weather effects unfortunately like we can with overlays but maybe someday :wink:

Here’s a picture regarding this:

Just remember that “If that background has other overlays applied to it, the weather must come at the very end” - quote from the Episode guides.

Anyways, moving on! :black_heart:

The weather effects can be found on the right side your script on Writer’s Portal under Weather Effects and it looks like this:

And that’s all for now :smile:

P.S feel free to check out these:

  1. A Guide to Using & Animating OVERLAYS

  2. How To: Add Weather Effect With Overlay

  3. HOW TO: Stage Direction

  4. HOW TO: Move Characters / Overlays to the Layers

And more stuff can be found here:

Thank you for checking this out, I tried to make it simple as possible, so sorry if it got a little repetitive! :vampire: :facepunch:

Good day/night/afternoon/evening to you :smiling_imp:

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Bump!!!

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