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The Trapcode Particular snowflake background is based on a confetti background created by Peder Norrby from Trapcode.

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  1. Haxn
    Reply

    thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Loay
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    it’s cold here in Egypt 🙂
    Thanks for the BG.

  3. Vic
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    Very nice background. Are you missing winter already? The snow up here is nice but a pain to drive on and my car is filthy. Cheers 🙂

  4. erikson siregar
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    thank you. this is very usefull.

  5. Goy
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    Thanks for sharing! I also created a nice (to my mind 🙂 ) theme concerning my work at the computer. It is already at rapidshare ( http://rapidqueen.com ) – if interested, I will be glad to be useful )))

  6. Chad
    Reply

    Thanks for sharing! Kudos to you, my man! 😀

    • John Dickinson
      Reply

      You’re welcome Chad. Best, John.

  7. Lucy
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    Love the snowflake background, would you be happy for us to use a still from it as an email background for Christmas email messages to our clients. I work for an intellectual property firm so we would not want to infringe any of your rights or those of Peder Norby. We would probably send a couple of hundred individual Christmas emails.

    • John Dickinson
      Reply

      Be my guest Lucy. Merry Christmas! Best wishes, John.

  8. Chris Shoopert
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    Any chance of sharing an Adobe Illustrator version of this?
    Thanks.

    • John Dickinson
      Reply

      Hi Chris, you should be able to find vector snowflakes pretty easily on the web. Best wishes, John.

  9. Vance
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    Could I use this as the background to a “winter” themed website? The website I’d like to use it for is the one I provided in the “Website” field.

    • John Dickinson
      Reply

      Sure thing.

      • Vance
        Reply

        Thanks!

  10. Keith
    Reply

    I know this is old…but do you have a tutorial up somewhere where I can see step by step how to do it? I’m just getting into after effects

    • John Dickinson
      Reply

      There is not tutorial for this sorry Keith.

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