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March 31, 2006


Last night I finally watched Renegade the movie known as Blueberry in its original French. We watched with subtitles. I had been told I must see it because it uses FLAM3 graphics and indeed there are about 3 places where a clear, delicate white fractal flame appears as a layer. It is just one of many effects in a visual movie divided between trip sequences and truly awesome southwest american landscapes and time-lapses.

This isn't the first time flames have been used in a film, but it is the first time that they've been mentioned by name in the credits. In the effects section, there's one line for "3D graphics", one line for "2D graphics", and one line for "Flame graphics". A category of my own :) thanks guys! Someday someone should update the AEFlame plugin with the latest FLAM3 module.... Posted by spot at March 31, 2006 12:35 PM

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