Join Eran Stern for an in-depth discussion in this video The washing machine effect, part of Mograph Techniques: Physics Simulations in After Effects.
…After creating the Staggering Effect for the circus that we have over here.…We are ready to animate them into…the frame using the new tone simulation plug-in.…Make sure that nothing is selected in the timeline by pressing F2.…And then let's go to the Composition menu and from there let's choose Newton.…Newton will ask you if you want to divide the whole circles into separate groups.…
We don't need to do it, actually if we…will do it, it will ruin the effect we're after.…So make sure you are skipping this step.…Now, inside Newton let's set up our basic simulation.…First, by defining the arc.…We'll first change the mesh precision from two to a higher value, around eight.…And if we are here, let's do the same for the whole circle.…But for now, I'm just going to set the whole circle type to Dead.…
So the solver will not trade it at all.…Now we are ready to test the result.…Remember that the default behavior of those circles or the…other elements is already being set to the Dynamic tab.…So if we're going to press on the Play, gravity…
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