Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Animating Position Noise, part of Element 3D Essential Training (2013).
In this movie, we're going to look at a really cool way to breathe life into…your 3D objects in Element using an animation tool called Position Noise.…Eventually, in this movie, we're going to be looking at this cool example of…savage stampeding miniature cows.…I apologize if this is too intense for those of you that have suffered miniature…cow related trauma.…But, the Position Noise is actually giving some randomness to these cows, making…them move and wobble and appear to stampede violently.…
So, we'll get to that in just a second.…Let's actually see how this works and then we'll use it in action.…So, go to the Position Noise BASICS Compositional where we have a simple sphere…made out of spheres.…So, it's basically spheres using this Sphere Replicator Shape.…Now, in the Particle Replicator, you want to make sure that Element layer is selected.…You're actually in the element effect here.…In the Particle Replicator for Group 1, if we scroll the way down right before…we get to the Particle Look here, we have Position Noise.…
- Assigning objects to groups
- Adjusting basic object transform properties
- Creating 3D objects from text and masks
- Working with bevel presets
- Creating custom materials
- Adding illumination
- Creating bumps with normal maps
- Using replicator shapes
- Animating with the animation engine
- Creating a shallow depth of field
Skill Level Intermediate
2. Creating Your First Project
3. Overview of Element 3D
4. Working with 3D Objects
5. Creating 3D Objects
6. Working with Materials
7. Particle Replicators
8. Integrating with After Effects
9. Using the Animation Engine
10. Adding Polish
11. Final Project: Building a Space Scene
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