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Pixelpanther | a year ago | 12 comments | 12 likes | 928 views

michiel, Dani, Ulli and 9 others like this!

Hello again BT Peeps,

Thought I would share a little show which allows you to make scattered debris at a very low CPU/GPU cost. The theory goes like this....

Make a few text layers with random long strings of characters.

Set explosion and jumble values on text layers high.

Motion camera 'through' your debris field. (Spline motions work best for smooth anim)

You'll see how it works and I've left it bare bones for you to experiment with. Try adding plasma, add decoration, change the text sizes and layer values, camera focus etc etc - there is a lot you can do and it's a simple but effective way to get space junk ;)

Above all - have fun - Long Live Bluff!


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Beautiful ballad through the debris. Nice show! thanks.

vincent, a year ago


Great idea, thanks for sharing.

Franco Aversa, a year ago


THANKS FOR SHARING

snafu, a year ago

Thank you very much PP.... having to run an errand, will check it out as quick as I get home! LOL

SMSgtRod, a year ago

Beautiful show with lovely camera movements...Bob great job...

Dani, a year ago


Thanks everyone, hope you have fun trying out the technique. More to come when I have a few moments :-) best regards to you all.

Pixelpanther, a year ago


Buena demostración

persiana, a year ago


Gracias Persiana :-)

Pixelpanther, a year ago


Great job)

Sma, a year ago


Thank you Sma :)

Pixelpanther, a year ago


Great job and thank you very much for sharing, Pixelpanther!

Ulli, a year ago


Thank you Ulli :)

Pixelpanther, a year ago


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