Frozen Window - Nose Drawing — Instagram Filter Review
Published on Nov 3, 2019
| Filter name: "Frozen Window"
'Frozen Window' is an Instagram filter I liked a lot. It's a drawing filter where you drow with your nose over a frozen window. Cute little Spark AR app that caught my attention today. Winter is coming and we need more winter-themed camera effects to warm our hearts and entertain us in those cold days.
These mechanics aren't new, but the implementation is original and perfectly fits the upcoming winter. I'm sure many of you have tried painting with your finger on a fogged window. Well, it's more or less the same principle, but instead of painting with your finger, you do it with the tip of your nose.
To start using the filter, you first need to open your mouth. this will put a texture of semi-transparent frozen ice on the entire screen space. Then you need to tap and hold (not the camera button, any area on the screen aside from that) and start drawing. Once you are satisfied with the drawing, you can release the finger and save your amazing foggy creation.
I believe that this filter use static particle effect with a transparent texture that just covers the ice texture underneath it. The result is impressive and very convincing. As I mentioned, it's not the first one implementing this technique, but this one is more impressive than the other nose-painting IG/Facebook effects that I've seen.
This effect was developed by 'Get AR'. I came across it after checking the Spark AR community on Facebook. This filter is also being sold for $5 (as of the time of writing) for those who want to check out how it was done and add their own touch to it (smart idea). It's also a great little filter for Christmas in my opinion, something original and interesting to share with friends on Instagram, Facebook, and other social media networks.
Well, I keep this short this time. It's an inspiring Instagram drawing camera effect and I recommend trying it out. Thanks for reading.
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