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Explore how to create complex physical animations inside After Effects using Newton (a third-party plugin) and the Connect Layers (a free script). This project-based course covers a few specific and popular types of effects, such as letters suspended from strings and connected, randomized spheres. Artist Eran Stern shows how to connect any type of element together in a complex 3D array of strings and work with different dynamic simulations in order to create Dormant and Collision as well as Staggering and Kinematic animation types.
These lessons are perfect for motion graphics artists who want to create earthy physics simulations and add realistic motion to their projects.
Hi, I'm Eran Stern, and welcome to Physics Simulations in After Effects. In this course we'll explore how to create complex physical animations using earthy physics with the help of Newton, a third party plug-in, and also Connect Layers, a free After Effects script. We learn how to create letters hanging and stretching on what seems to be a rather ropes.
We'll also see how to connect elements together in a complex 3-D array of strings. We'll work with different body types in order to create dormant and collision as well as staggering and kinematic animation types. This course is quite fun, and should be useful for anyone using Adobe After Effects. It's also based on a real world project, which will help us to deeply explore these techniques. We have a lot of ground to cover, so let's start.
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