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account_lol
Scratcher
54 posts

new graphic effects

Here's some ideas
set [blur v] effect to (0)
set [saturation v] effect to (0)
set [glitch v] effect to (0)
set [glow v] effect to (0)
set [stretch v] effect to (0)
set [grayscale v] effect to (0)
Truck11111
Scratcher
500+ posts

new graphic effects

Cool, but how would
set [glitch v] effect to (0)
work?

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account_lol
Scratcher
54 posts

new graphic effects

Truck11111 wrote:

Cool, but how would
set [glitch v] effect to (0)
work?
it would be a computer kinda effect thing where it would make it look all glitchy
infinitytec
Scratcher
1000+ posts

new graphic effects

Semi-support.

It would make a great extension, if not put in the main blocks.


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