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Old 02-23-2013, 11:51 PM   #1
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mograph help..

I have been experimenting with mograph, getting old pixel images to be made of blocks. Though i've got it going in the right direction i have a problem.

I use the alpha channel to decide the scale of the blocks using the shader effector. Though this works pretty well it just make the blocks smaller instead of turning them off..

Can anyone think of a way to turn off blocks that fall on black?

 
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Try checking the Visibility Checkbox at the bottom of the Shader Effector's Parameter Tab.

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Stunning. Good man..

 
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