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Simulating Raindrops with Particular & VFX Chromatic Displacement

Simon walker uses After Effects, along with Trapcode Particular and VFX Chromatic Displacement to simulate raindrops. He starts with the rain preset in Particular’s Designer and modifies some settings. Then adds a second instance of the particles, and adds the Turbulent Displace Effect. Finally, he very cleverly uses VFX Chromatic Displacement, which is also available in the Red Giant VFX Suite.

Simulating Raindrops with Particular & VFX Chromatic Displacement

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