Part 2: Making the Shine
Okay, now we start making. First we start off with making the shine only, then the sparkle. After that, we can add the sound. Ready? Okay, let's start...
The shine is actually a gradient that moves across a logo. So we make the gradient first, then shine it. Ready? Fine. First, open the Fill panel (WindowPanelsFill). Then open the Mixer panel. (WindowPanelsMixer) In the Fill panel, choose Linear Gradient in the drop-down menu, and you get two markers, black and white. Now add another marker, and place it in the middle. Then change all the markers' colors to white. The Fill panel should look like this:
Now click on the first marker and in the Mixer panel, change the Alpha to 0%. Do the same to the last marker. Then the Fill and Mixer panel would look like this, after both markers have been done:
There! You've finished your shine. Now in the Fill panel, click the right arrow button on the top right corner of the panel, and choose Add Gradient. This adds it to the swatch. If you don't know where the Add Gradient command is, here it is:
Okay, now close both the Fill and Mixer panel. We've finished making the shine, and what's next is the most important: shining! Like, if you make a shine and don't shine it, what's the point? Now, to Part 3...
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