As we count down the days until the release of Element 3D on July 10th, I thought it would be fun to share some of the impressive new features that we have built into the plug-in. I know I have been cryptic about the details of the plug-in but that is because I wanted to save the big surprises for launch!
We think the 3D text extrusion system not only fun to play with but it’s unlike anything you’ve ever used before. It’s fast, and easy to use but this is just one of the many cool new features! Stay tuned for many more reasons to check out Element 3D on launch day.
There was a version of the this plug-in that we were almost ready to release last October, it was very impressive and we think it would have been one the most advanced 3D plug-in available for After Effects. Now here we are 9 months later and we hope you understand all the extra hard work!
Our 3D object based plug-in for Adobe After effects known as Element 3D has an official release date! You know that little plug-in we’ve been working on that let’s you use real 3D objects as particles… well it’s finally ready for release!
Available here: JULY 10, 2012
I’ll be showing you everything there is to know about this plug-in and we hope you’ll see why it has taken so much hard work and more importantly, we hope you can see the amazing possibilities!
Some Technical Features: (tutorials and demonstrations coming soon)
Supports 3D Objects in 2 formats (OBJ and native C4D files)
Powerful particle based animation system.
Easily Extrude and Bevel Text and Mask shapes! Wait til you see how it works!
Powerful Custom User Interface. Surprise!
Compatible with After Effects CS3 and above (we built our own Open GL Render Engine!)
Creative Features list in the works! Thank you for your patience, we are truly excited!!
The matte painting challenge is going well. Today I’m going to start looking through all of the matte paintings and find a few to use for the different shots in the sequence. Once we have a few that work, I’ll start comping in the background and finishing the rest of the shots. Keep up the great work, I think we’ll definitely do more of these in the future! Maybe the next one will be a matte painting in the future… Yes!!
Using various roto and split-screen effects we transformed a two-man SWAT team into a full squad for this demo scene. Sam Loya reprises his role as the “guy who probably gets killed”, in this exciting industrial saga. The main goal of this scene was to film everything as if we had a dozen guys instead […]