How to make a Self-Isolation Forcefield Effect
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a self-isolation forcefield in the real world right now? Aharon Rabinowitz of Red Giant shows you how to make a self-isolation forcefield in After Effects, alongside Red Giant plugins.
To elaborate, in the tutorial he uses:
- Trapcode Particular
- VFX Chromatic Displacement
- VFX Optical Glow
Particular can be found in Red Giant Trapcode Suite. The latter two can be found in the Red Giant VFX Suite.
Create organic 3D particle effects, complex motion graphics elements and more.
Trapcode Particular is the definitive plug-in for creating organic particle effects in Adobe After Effects, complete with depth and realistic shading, and full 3D rotation. Whether you are creating motion graphics, or realistic visual effects like fire and smoke, Particular’s complex physics engine allows users to custom define air resistance, bounce, and turbulence to customize each particle. With GPU-acceleration and the 300+ presets, Trapcode Particular will have you turning out stunning, dynamic particle effects in minutes.
Trapcode Suite includes Particular, coupled with Form, Mir, Tao, 3D Stroke, Shine, Lux, Starglow, Echospace, Soundkeys, and Horizon.Try Trapcode Suite for free!
Red Giant VFX Suite
Keying, tracking, cleanup, and visual effects compositing, right inside of After Effects.
VFX Suite includes Supercomp, King Pin Tracker, Chromatic Displacement, Spot Clone Tracker, Optical Glow, Knoll Light Factory, Primatte Keyer, Shadow, and Reflection.Try VFX Suite for free!
Posted by Michele Yamazaki