# Effects Overview
# List of Effects
The following effects are included with Wallpaper Engine by default. You can find more community-made effects by clicking on Workshop at the top of the editor and then Browse Assets on Workshop.
Click on an effect to learn more about it. We recommend experiment with different effects for different purposes. For example, the Shake effect can be utilized to simulate breathing and the different water effects can often be used to simulate wind, clouds and smoke, be creative!
# Animation Effects
Animates the corners of the image and adds a wind motion. Useful to animate grass and bushes to sway in the wind.
Alternates part of the image back and forth. Can be used for objects but also useful for animating breathing characters.
Swings part of the image back and forth. Can be used for signs, roof lights, flags or other swinging objects.
Applies a spiral animation to the image. Can be useful for wheels, galaxies or any other spinning object.
Simulates a continuous flow on the image in-place. The section that this effect is applied to will be repeated on a small scale. Sometimes also useful for clouds and smoke.
Distorts the image to add a ripple effect. The effect can optionally be scrolled along a specified direction.
# Blur Effects
Applies a precise gaussian blur to the image. Useful to achieve better results with outlines, god ray effects and similar.
# Interactive Effects
Advanced Fluid Simulation
Creates a realistic fluid / smoke / fire simulation that can react to mouse movement of the user.
# Colorization Effects
Turns the image translucent where it has a specific color, this is essentially a green screen effect though any color can be used.