Wednesday, July 18, 2007 Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Andromeda Klees, one of my friends from France, loves particles, and lots of them. She wanted a really big effect, so I made one: SuperNova.

This effect has three stages that simulate an actual star going supernova. At first a 20 meter wide red ball appears around you. Suddenly, the ball collapses towards the center (you).

When the collapse is almost complete an enormous amount of white radiation flys away from you in criss-crossing patterns for perhaps a 60 meter diameter!

Finally, black and grey debris float away to complete the supernova.

SuperNova is now on sale at my shop in Caso Milo – and remember, this is a truly BIG effect, so use it with great caution!


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