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Filip | a month ago | 16 comments | 5 likes | 289 views

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In the Netflix series Raising Dion is a beautiful particle effect added in the title.
I tried to re-create this effect in BT. That's difficult. This show is a try out but it doesn't come near the original. Anybody ideas?

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This is the effect

Filip, a month ago

try to activate the particles on the single letter and then have a separate text that makes up the whole writing, so you can make particles of different colors.
Activate bloom on the camera.
The subject of the target to make the particles move is good.

Franco Aversa, a month ago

I did this in Blender, maybe you have to let the particles follow an object that moves on a sketch layer

Franco Aversa, a month ago

Very nice.

vincent, a month ago

Indeed, very nice Franco

komies, a month ago

I saw that if you play with gravity and you run around it you get strange effects, try it !!

Franco Aversa, a month ago

I managed a bit with a colormap where there are particles and then a picture layer where you apply a
Effects \ Swirl.cfx

Franco Aversa, a month ago

Wow Franco great show. Got to study this. Thnx.

Filip, a month ago

Filip is very difficult because the particles move in groups and not individually, but if you try with different colormaps you will get good effects.

Franco Aversa, a month ago

one thing interesting too is to use a target layer and move/rotate/resize it. i used this technique for example here

vincent, a month ago

Great and impressive effects.

Jesus, a month ago

Nice effect Vincent. There is a world to explore!

Filip, a month ago

Great work Filip and Franco!

Babe34, a month ago

Une bonne idée de Filip , bien développée par Franco et Vincent font l'attrait de ce forum.
Merci à vous

PAT67, a month ago

Very good Vincent. Thanks to all, I think it's important to try and share methods.

Franco Aversa, a month ago

Beautiful particle effects. I like them all.

Ulli, a month ago

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