Motion Graphics in Element 3D with a Soft Drink Can
This Video Copilot Element 3D and After Effects tutorial comes from Voltage Tutorials. Learn to animate a soft drink can coming through a hole. It’s one of those tutorials without a voice-over, so no matter your native language, you can use this tutorial.
Video Copilot Element 3D
Lightning-fast 3D Particle Array System and Text Generating System for Motion Design and Visual FX Artists
Video Copilot’s Element 3D allows users to import OBJ files or 3D objects created in Cinema 4D into Adobe After Effects and clone, manipulate, and distribute them with its unique particle array system.
Element 3D’s user interface is well-designed and easy to use, and the Open GL rendering allows users to quickly create beautiful 3D text and complex particle arrays with dynamic reflections, shadows, and texture mapping, all inside After Effects! In fact, Element 3D is great for new users. It’s easy to jump right in and it’s a lot of fun to explore, but has deep and complex features that will allow artists to create never-ending variations. Element 3D is a lot of speed and power for a modest price!
Posted by Michele Yamazaki