I needed, at some point, a “fire animation” that would be:
1. looping seamlessly
2. horizontally tile-able
I googled and I googled, in vain – I couldn’t find anything but a small tutorial about blending modes. So I took on doing it myself and with some Photoshop scribbling, I got what I wanted – something like this:
How can you too do something like this? Perty simple, just follow the steps in my tutorial:
(Romanian version here)
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