Tryjng to figure out how to do this

#1

Trying to figure out how to do these. Does anyone know?

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#2

For the first one I think that you need overlays.
And for the second one you need to make the scale negative when using spot directing:
For example:
@CHARACTER spot -1.280 100 0
:grinning:

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#3

The second one seems understandable also the first one what kind of overlays?

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#4

For the first one you can make a background and upload it and then use it as a normal background and put here in it. xxx

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#5

ahh i see. well thank you so much for helping me!!

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#6

NP If you need a background i can make it …

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#7

I’ll keep that in mind!

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#8

I dont make backgrounds but i do make covers and that is a sort of a cover …

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#9

This is an overlay.

She used the normal background and used layers and uploaded this overlay (probably changed the opacity too)

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#10

how do i do that

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#11

I would go for a background much easier.

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#12

you need an overlay like this, some kinda wave or something. Then move character on the back to layer -1, overlay to layer 1 and front character to layer 2

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#13

I’m still kind of confused… :sweat::sweat_smile:

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#14

That blue flash/blur between the 2 characters is an overlay. The male character is at a lower layer than the overlay which puts him behind it, and the female is at a higher layer than the overlay which puts her in front of it.

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#15

but how do i even do that

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#16

Find and upload your own overlay and add it to the scene: A Guide to Using & Animating OVERLAYS

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