Light Spots. Elements for Creating Light Effects in AKVIS LightShop
 

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Light Effects Elements: Light Spots

 

The Light Spots element represents a set of multicolored circles and polygons of any size located on the same line.

    Light Spots

You can transform the light effect using the tool . In the Element Properties panel you can change the Position & Size and Color (Blend Mode) for the element.

You can also adjust the special parameters of Light Spots:

  • Spots (1-30). The parameter defines the number of spots in the element.
    Spots = 5 Spots = 10
    Spots = 5 Spots = 10
  • Spot Size (0-100). The parameter changes the size of the spots.
    Spot Size = 10 Spot Size = 50
    Spot Size = 10 Spot Size = 50
  • Shape (0-100). The parameter adjusts the number of round and polygonal spots in the element. When the parameter is set to 0 all the spots are circular, increasing the parameter increases the number of polygons. At the maximum value all spots have the form of polygons.
    Shape = 10 Shape = 90
    More Round Spots More Polygonal Spots
  • Density (1-100). Increasing the parameter makes the spots move closer to each other.
    Density = 10 Density = 90
    Density = 10 Density = 90
  • Sharpen Edges (1-100). Increasing the parameter makes the edges of the spots more sharp and visible.
    Sharpen Edges = 10 Sharpen Edges = 50
    Sharpen Edges = 10 Sharpen Edges = 50
  • Spectrum (0-100). If the value is 0, each spot has one color. Increasing the parameter adds color rings to the spots. The higher the value, the more rings will be in each spot.
    Spectrum = 5 Spectrum = 75
    Spectrum = 5 Spectrum = 75
  • Fading (0-100). The parameter changes the transparency of the spots. The larger the spot, the faster it becomes transparent.
    Fading = 5 Fading = 45
    Fading = 5 Fading = 45
  • Random Seed (0-999). This is the starting number for the random number generator that defines the distribution of spots in the element. It can be any number between 0 and 999; every number produces a unique distribution of spots on the line.
 
How It Works How It Works
   — Workspace — Workspace
   — Using the Program — Using the Program
   — Light Effects — Light Effects
   — Creating a New Light Effect — Creating a New Light Effect
   — Effect Parameters — Effect Parameters
   — Toolbar — Toolbar
   — Sparkle Brush — Sparkle Brush
   — Preferences — Preferences
Light Effects Elements Light Effects Elements
   — Sphere — Sphere
   — Ring — Ring
   — Polygon — Polygon
   — Light Stripe — Light Stripe
   — Light Beams — Light Beams
   — Particles — Particles
   — Star Burst — Star Burst
   — Light Explosion — Light Explosion
   — Rays — Rays
   — Halo — Halo
   — Light Spots — Light Spots
   — Oval Light Spots — Oval Light Spots
Examples Examples
   — Fireworks over the City — Fireworks over the City
   — Simple Glow Effects — Simple Glow Effects
   — Glowing Tree: Happy New Year Card — Glowing Tree: Happy New Year Card

 

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