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Helping a Halloween decorator, ,she needs a string of 120 nodes to create a traveling spark effect from one end to the next. I used morph, however i cant seem to get them to create a spark effect, what would i need to do?

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Since sparks are sudden flashes of light I would think you would get the best effect by doing a series of scenes. You could make a few pixels go white for .10 or .15 seconds, then do a scene to turn on a few more pixels a short distance from the others. Keep doing that and change the distance between each burst of white so as to make it "jerky." 

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On 7/22/2019 at 6:51 PM, BrianBruderer said:

Since sparks are sudden flashes of light I would think you would get the best effect by doing a series of scenes. You could make a few pixels go white for .10 or .15 seconds, then do a scene to turn on a few more pixels a short distance from the others. Keep doing that and change the distance between each burst of white so as to make it "jerky." 

I will give that a shot. Thanks

 

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