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Cheap Tricks | AQUAMAN Underwater Effects: Part 1 & 2

Aquaman Cheap Tricks

Aquaman is hot! Hashi from Action Movie Kid has a new tutorial for Trapcode Particular using a new feature called Fluid Dynamics. He also uses Red Giant Universe Heatwave for distortion and Trapcode Mir for Reflective Water Surface, as well as Trapcode Form for floating bits in the water and some Trapcode Shine. Plus, we have a bonus tutorial from VinhSon Nguyen to give you more background on the Fluid Dynamics feature in Form and Particular.

AQUAMAN Underwater Effects: Part 1

AQUAMAN Underwater Effects: Part 2

Fill a room with water TUTORIAL | Adobe After Effects

First Look: New Trapcode Fluid Physics (Trapcode Particular & Trapcode Form)

VinhSon Nguyen of Creative Dojo talks about these features that were new in Trapcode Suite 15.

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