Working with particles to create depth


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Working with particles to create depth

Next time you're watching television, take some extra time to look closely at the motion graphics. I started noticing a few years ago, but it seems like particles are used almost everywhere. Now, I like to use particles specifically when I'm trying to accentuate a camera move. If we look at our animation here, let's go ahead and press the Spacebar or play, and you'll notice we have a move with texture on the text and that's pretty much it. But the move in and of itself isn't that exciting, so I'd like to accentuate that with some particles.

So to get started, let's go to the Library tab and look at some of our particle emitters. Now it's easy enough to create particles from scratch in Motion, but one of the things that I really love is the fact that you can browse through all the different emitters and use one of those as a good starting point. So let's go to the Particle section, and I want to find some particles that just sort of float around in ...

Working with particles to create depth
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Working with particles to create depth provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion: Principles of Motion Graphics

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