(Reprinted from Toolfarm.com) This is a question that I get quite a bit. It’s usually someone who is just out of college and getting started in the biz. They often use the phrase “the best bang for the buck”. Nobody wants to spend money on tools they will never use either. Because this field has
Peder Norrby, aka The Brain of Trapcode, has been posting some Trapcode Tao teasers on Twitter for a couple of months now. Tao creates these lovely path animations in After Effects. If you haven’t seen it, check out these beautiful samples. “I’ve been longing for this ever since I made 3D Stroke. After developing Mir,
Peder Norrby of Trapcode has discovered an interesting use for one of his plug-ins, a cool painterly effect with Trapcode Particular, using fractal fields as a sort of displacement map, and using the Grid Emitter while tracing the movement of emitted Aux Particles. Above is my original image and the larger image is the effect,
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In the download, Dave provides a .zip file that contains the NullSwapper_v1_5.jsxbin file and the NullSwapper.aep project file he uses in the tutorial, so you can follow along if you like.
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