Join Eran Stern for an in-depth discussion in this video Introduction to the Newton 2 plugin, part of Mograph Techniques: Physics Simulations in After Effects.
…In this chapter we'll start to recreate few scenes from the final movie.…We'll rely heavily on the usage of Newton which…is a plug in that works inside After Effects.…And it can imitate physics behavior based…on real world gravity and rigid body dynamics.…In this movie, I want to give you a very quick introduction to Newton.…And in order to do so, we'll use this basic composition that you see here.…
This composition have already four layers.…Three of them are shape layers.…So we've got the floor, the glass, and the bottle.…And the upper layer is an After Effects…text, which has a very basic position animation.…So, just so you'll see, I'm going to eight zero.…And create a very quick grand preview.…By the way, the composition is 10 seconds long.…Now we are ready to launch Newton and play a little bit inside of it.…
I'm saying it because you have to launch Newton from a dedicated manual.…It will not be under the Effect, or the Effects and Presets panel.…You should go to the Composition panel, and Newton will be over here.…
These lessons are perfect for motion graphics artists who want to create earthy physics simulations and add realistic motion to their projects.
- Building a random sphere animation
- Creating a tree connection
- Animating letters dangling from rope
- Creating body types and groups
- Staggering layer simulation