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I used 5 led-lights for this test. All tips about fire animation are more then welcome
that looks good and natural. What did you do? turn the lights on and off 1 by 1?
Yes. For about every three frames I turned one light on/off so that there was always 1-3 lights on.
wow looking good, i personally don't think you need to change any think at all
Thanks. Here is few photos of the setup.
It's very nice. The only little detail you might add could be some shapes of logs in the bottom section, to suggest the bulk of the fire, and that the light is coming from there not lower down.
Looks good. I love the texture inside fireplace!
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