In this tutorial, Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how to take a 2D image of clouds and use it to create realistic 3D cloud motion, in just a few simple clicks. No cutting up of the image needed! This Tip was sent to us by Noel Powell after he watched our weather replacement tutorials.
Good to be back, hot as hell in NYC though. This part 1 on the basic of 3D motion tracking in Syntheyes. I am leaving out some of the more advanced stuff but drop me a line if you have any questions I'd love to answer them.
Up, up and AWAY with another Cinema 4D r14 Studio tutorial floating through the steps of creating a balloon cluster using the MoGraph Cloner and attempting to attach some dynamic strings. Learn How to use the Spline Effector and Random Effector to vary the position and scale of the balloons as well as generate random colors automatically. (And making a few mistakes along the way – watch Part 2 vimeo.com/71560647 for solutions)
OLD UPDATE (before recording Part 2): Bad info on my part... After going back and trying a viewer's suggestion, I turned down the number of clones to test it, only to realize the Connector Object wasn't reacting to dynamics in the cloner at all because I didn't make it a child of the balloon. Whoops. Sorry Guys. I'll try to work on a solution in the future.
In this tutorial i'll show you how to create particle rotate and then texture it with pyrocluster. In second part I'll composite render in After effects.
Second part (ae- compositing) vimeo.com/20062404
Dowanload Project: http://skrci.me/NYn8C