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Old Film - Blips?

Discussion in 'Animation, Motion Design & Film Making' started by Basic, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. Basic

    Basic Member

    Hey Guys,
    I need some help finding something. the reason I need the help is I have no idea what its called.
    Do you ever recall watching an old film and every now and then you would get what appears to be a blip (or burn hole) in the top right of the picture? Does anyone know what I mean? If so does anyone know what its called?
    I don't know whats it use is and I can't find the correct words to search for it.
    If this is really obvious then please feel free to laugh at me but I need help. haha
    Cheers
    Liam :)
     
  2. Basic

    Basic Member

  3. Basic

    Basic Member

    Its called the 'cigarette burn' effect.
     
  4. balders

    balders Member

  5. Basic

    Basic Member

    Yes!!! but on a smaller scale in the top corner :) thanks for finding this.
     
  6. Matt Harle

    Matt Harle Guest

    Fight Club actually taught me about this!
     
  7. Basic

    Basic Member

    Yeah that was my original train of thought and I just couldn't remember. All sorted now! I'll be posting the project I'm working on in the next few weeks. Still many minutes to animate!
     
  8. Matt Harle

    Matt Harle Guest

    Animation takes ages, doesn't it?
     
  9. Basic

    Basic Member

    yeah its pretty disgusting how long it can take but always nice to see it come together :)
     

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