how to create dust particles

  • Hey lalit_3011 

    You can download similar scratch/ dust textures on the web and then put it together as an gif.

    Import the gif into Lensstudio and done.

    There is also a tutorial by Lensstudio on Youtube. Click Here 




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  • Bruh i also tried to find out scratches dust n all buy i found the proper one.

    all gif which i saw was not too good, can you help me with that

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  • I have found some png on this website.

    Just download the pngs you want (you can search on the internet for "transparent scratch, dust pngs)

    And then convert the png to an GIF for e.g. by using an online converter like ezgifmaker .

    I hope i could help you :D




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  • Hey SirQu3ntin,

    those pngs were awsome thats what i want, but im still confused how can i make make a single pngs in moving gifs.

    can you help me with readymade GIF is availabe.


    Lalit Agarwal


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