Midweek Motivations, Featuring Rowbyte Plexus

For Midweek Motivations, we’re featuring some fun, short examples of work using Rowbyte Plexus from artists on Vimeo. This will give you a great idea of all of the cool things you can create with Plexus. First, a note about the sale happening this week.

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500’000 particles driven by advection

Christiani Biz created this cool animation using a slew of software: Cinema 4D, X-Particles, TurbulenceFD, Redshift, After Effects, Plexus, and DaVinci Resolve.

‘Let’s Dream’ Corelis Commercial (VFX Breakdown)

Dave Mason did some commercial work for Corelis. This is a VFX breakdown that includes his work in After Effects with plugins from Red Giant, Video Copilot Element 3D, and of course, Plexus.

Daimler Supplier Award 2018

Rafael Calleja was commissioned to work on this design for the Daimler Supplier Awards. He used After Effects, Plexus, Red Giant Trapcode Particular and Trapcode Form. His final resolution was 6K. It’s a cool piece, so click below to watch it on Vimeo.


This animation from Jan Gryc is the final lookdev for his animation for Miral Developers. The electron was created in After Effects with the help of Plexus and Red Giant Trapcode Form.

Heart Formation

MFTKR created the walls of the heart forming using Plexus.


Plexus Attack

Alan Cross created this short test using Plexus and After Effects.

Plexus HEAD

Simon Bronson created this piece using the OBJ import and Light layers in Plexus. He also used Rowbyte Bad TV, Video Copilot Optical Flares, and Red Giant Magic Bullet Looks.

Posted by Michele Yamazaki