Build particles without any plugins!

    0
    0

    How to make floaty particles inside of vanilla AE
    Project File: http://workbench.tv/tutorials/2020-04-24_Particulates
    Help support Workbench: http://workbench.tv/support/
    Merch: http://workbench.tv/products/merch/
    Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/workbenchtv

    Social
    ***********************************************************
    Instagram: http://instagram.com/workbenchtv/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/workbench_tv
    Facebook: http://facebook.com/workbenchtv
    Twitch: http://twitch.tv/failbench/

    While Trapcode Particular and Stardust are both amazing particle systems in their own right, sometimes you need just a little bit of floaty bits to add to a scene. You could try to bend After Effects’ aging built-in particle systems to your will, or you can do what we do—hack your own solution with text animators.

    Over time we’ve come to find, through working with Mikey Borup (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxQJspG2USvbhKlMcbNLofQ) and through Kyle Hamrick’s wonderful Textperiments (https://kylehamrick.com/textperiments-1) , that text animators are one of AE’s most amazing secret powers. For example, AE’s beta only recently got tapered strokes, but they’ve been hacked in text animators for years. Text animators are the closest thing AE has to Cinema 4D’s Mograph system. And so we’re going to continue our exploration of text animators to make some floaty particles. Check it out!

    #AfterEffects #MotionGraphics #mograph

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here