A short tutorial on how to composite the Death Star and an X-Wing from Star Wars into a shot, using After Effects and Element 3D.
Find out what After Effects third-party plugins can do for your workflow and when these might come in handy on your next AE project...
Element 3D concept art tutorial created with the free Future City Element 3D model pack and VFXER Materials Bundle. Learn more.
In this tutorial I show you how to texture and light an alternative version of Iron Man using Element 3D.
Exploding and shattering objects is a huge part of the fun of creating VFX and motion graphics. However, to do this in Element 3D you first need to get your hands on some pre-fractured 3D models, as Element 3D doesn't allow you to break up the 3D models from within the interface.
Element 3D - the exciting new After Effects plug-in from Video Copilot is beginning to inspire some very innovative workflows. After Effects has never really been considered a viable option for 3D modelling, apart from simple shapes using plug-ins such as Zaxwerks Invigorator Pro. Element 3D now makes 3D modelling a reality, right within After Effects. It probably isn't the easiest way to create 3D models, but Element 3D now makes it possible if you're comfortable in After Effects and don't want to learn a dedicated 3D program.
Josh Burns has created an excellent tutorial on how to create a Scifi Curved Biomechanical Hallway using Element 3D.
Video Copilot Element 3D used in Star Trek Into Darkness. Find out how it was used here.
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