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Tutorial: Working in 3D Part 2: Setting up a Static 3D Particle System

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Andrew DevisTutorial: Working in 3D Part 2: Setting up a Static 3D Particle System
by on Mar 9, 2012 at 5:40:54 pm


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Working in 3D Part 2: Setting up a Static 3D Particle SystemWorking in 3D Part 2: Setting up a Static 3D Particle System

In this second tutorial in a set of 4 on working in 3D space in After Effects, Andrew Devis shows how to set up a 3D particle system so that all the particles are static for the whole of the composition. The reason why this is done is that as the camera passes the static particles, it helps to enhance or volumize the 3D space adding both interest and parallax into your scene. In the last 2 tutorials, Andrew will show how to set up a very quick and simple camera animation technique and then show how to finesse the animation of that camera for excellent results.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial   03/09/2012
Author: Andrew Devis



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