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05/31/2019 10:41:03 PM · #1
Is motion blur on water legal in standard editing?
05/31/2019 10:44:36 PM · #2
Originally posted by neenee1999:

Is motion blur on water legal in standard editing?

Yup! You can blue in whatever manner you choose: your only "restriction" is what the voters are able to tolerate :-)
05/31/2019 10:50:43 PM · #3
Apparently all these updated rules went into effect during the 8 months I wasn't playing here. I knew the cloning rules were a bit more relaxed now. Guess I should go read the rules...
06/01/2019 12:54:29 AM · #4
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Apparently all these updated rules went into effect during the 8 months I wasn't playing here. I knew the cloning rules were a bit more relaxed now. Guess I should go read the rules...

Just bear in mind that now the rules are not about what you CAN do, basically, but what you CAN'T... We have pretty much eliminated SC judgment calls by leaving up to the voters to decide whether a given effect is a good thing or a bad thing and vote accordingly.
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