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How To Composite A Burn Wound In 3 Minutes | AE Quick Tips Tutorial

How To Composite A Burn Wound In 3 Minutes | AE Quick Tips Tutorial

Up the realism in your scene by learning how to composite wounds to a body.

We recently released a handful of new products, and one of the Collections was Gore Textures. These textures went through an intensive process to give you the best textures to composite in your scene.

The textures were the outcome of combining makeup prosthetics with 3D scanning by Unboxed Reality. And in this tutorial, we want to show you how to effectively composite a burn texture to your scene in After Effects!

This Quick Tips tutorial covers:

  • Masking out a more jagged shape for the wound
  • Blending the color of the wound to the scene
  • Using fractal noise to make the wound blend with the skin
We hope you enjoyed this tutorial and learned how to composite our Gore Textures to your scene! The possibilities are endless with these assets, so make sure to tag us on our social media with how you utilized them!

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