Particle Turbulence

For anyone using CC Particle World instead of Particular, you may know that Particular’s Turbulent Field is not available. This feature allows random 3D displacement of a particles position. A similar effect can be achieved with Particle World by adding a TURBULENT DISPLACE effect. It works best with smaller particle and it has some limitations because it is only 2D but it is a nice way to get away from “perfect” particle movement.

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Fire Title ProjectUses Turbulent displacement
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41 Comments

Inna
3 years ago
Hi! Thank you for your tutorial!
I have a question, when I try to play with affect size of the turbulence field, nothing happens. The line doesn't change like it happens in your video. The particles doesn't chane either.
What can be a problem?
Thank you!
6 years ago
awesome...
looks elegant
7 years ago
I love design and I want to help me some of the lessons if you allow
Because I want to make a good preparation for possible assistance program does
Thank you and I am waiting for your reply
Alexander
8 years ago
Hi Andrew, i just wondering, is it possible to create a reall 3D particle world in AE? I mean is it possible to create some depth to particles. I tryed to use Particular, it's look nice, but i cant place layer into particles. It's look like all partocles infront of my image layer, or all particles behind it. For example, Can i create rain, or volume fog with one layer and place other layers containing images with alpha into it?

Thank you for your toturias!

Aleksander, Russia. St.-Petersburg (59.939407,30.313683)
theone
8 years ago
Oscar
8 years ago
Thx - more great info...
8 years ago
Is it also possible to have several pictures of leaves to replace the particles so it looks like the wind is blowing the leaves in the air ?
alex coffy
8 years ago
it is getting serious man, everything you post doesn't have to be that good. (lol)
another great one! Hope a tutorial will follow.
Modisana
8 years ago
Thank you so much Mr Kramer you are one of the few people Id like to call, THE BEST!

Now...Im sure Im not only speaking for myself when I say, cant wait for the next tutorial, when is it coming out? I have to know!!! I cant sleep, cant eat, cant think, even my daily dose of Mountain Dew doesn't seem to calm me down like it usually does!

I HAVE TO KNOW! THIS IS TORTURE!.....NEW TUTORIAL PLEEEEASEEE! CANT WAIT FOR IT ANY LONGER!

Okay I was kidding! not about the tutorial but about the whole dramatic nonsense!
But seriously though! Cant wait for the tutorial!

Youre the best! Again!
Lewis Nankivell
8 years ago
ANDREW KRAMER!!! IS THE BEST!!
Chinese AK Fans
8 years ago
Hey.Ak.I am chinese fans.I hope you can post some Tutorials use AE@AI together Thanks
David W.
8 years ago
Awesome Andrew! You always keep those who can't afford the more extravagant plug-ins by coming up with great alternatives.
Sandy
8 years ago
awesome
Dan
8 years ago
Thanks Kramer!

I work for a television station in australia and being tough times and all, they can't justify purchasing particular, and we are still working on AE7 for crying out loud! The amount of times I've created the perfect effect that the producers have wanted quickly and simply with the particular demo, only to have to replicate it using particle world etc is really annoying. This is a great help in that department :)

So thankyou again!
Prodat TV
8 years ago
nice nice nice Andrew
DMG
8 years ago
You're the GREATEST!!!
8 years ago
THANX ALOT Andrew! :D
Still...would be Very nice to see a tutorial focused on creating Believable Particles with lotsa physics\turbulence.
If i remember well...the particles u made with Twitch's promo [that are rising as if it was a storm]-looked quite nice for starters! :]
Matt
8 years ago
Woah, thanks man!!
8 years ago
nice one
Thanks
8 years ago
Tight!!
win
8 years ago
cool!)
8 years ago
Generously ))) Thx
AndrewisGOD
8 years ago
Thx Dude
Jan
8 years ago
thanks!
PJ121
8 years ago
Wow, two project releases in one week? Andrew this seems more like Christmas then spring. Any word on the release of the new tut?
Adam Sklar
8 years ago
Amazing. :)
Sunky Jay Pedro
8 years ago
Master Kramer...ur kung fu style is off d meter...you have really influenced us here in Nigeria
8 years ago
Very nice!!
In my web page there are some of my videos... I hope you will see it! Im learning a lot with you!

PD: I am from Spain and i dont speak english very well im sorry.
8 years ago
Looks pretty cool! Thanks for sharing, its nice to see the turbulent displacement being used like that. No-one but you would have figured out how to do tht ;-)
8 years ago
Thanks,
helpful as always
Alexandre Ferraz
8 years ago
Great ..!!!
thanks =D
8 years ago
thank you andrew. VCP ROCKS !!!
thanks Andrew :)
Pablo
8 years ago
you rock andrew!
8 years ago
awesome!!!
rafik1137
8 years ago
Nice effect
8 years ago
Ooh that looks cool Andrew, thanks for all the help! :D
8 years ago
Really Cool :)
mALIK aDEEL
8 years ago
GREAT MEN LUSHHHHHH
8 years ago
Very nice!
8 years ago
Nice!

Thanks Andrew!