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Title intro - Particle shatter effect: http://youtu.be/ycq_cFq1XTQ?a  via @YouTube   Tags: #aftereffects #visualeffects #vfx #animation #motiongraphics

Title intro - Particle shatter effect: http://youtu.be/ycq_cFq1XTQ?a via @YouTube Tags: #aftereffects #visualeffects #vfx #animation #motiongraphics

Title intro - Particle shatter effect: https://vimeo.com/86517712 via #Vimeo Tags: #aftereffects #visualeffects #vfx #animation #motiongraphics

Title intro - Particle shatter effect: https://vimeo.com/86517712 via #Vimeo Tags: #aftereffects #visualeffects #vfx #animation #motiongraphics

"Symphony of Science" turns science into music (and is amazingly cool)

"Symphony of Science" turns science into music (and is amazingly cool)

▶ Symphony of Science - A musical investigation into the nature of atoms and subatomic particles, the jiggly things that make up everything we see. Featuring Morgan Freeman, Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku, Brian Cox, Richard Feynman, and Frank Close.

Intro to TFD Explosions using Particles. Hey Guys, I'm taking a break from my  Helloluxx Turbulence FD and particle training to create an in...

Intro to TFD Explosions using Particles. Hey Guys, I'm taking a break from my Helloluxx Turbulence FD and particle training to create an in...

I was asked by The Mill to help design and animate the intro sequence for the D's 50th Anniversary event. Working closely with the Mill's Art Director Antar Walker and the team at The Mill I used Cinema 4D's Thinking Particles and Mograph to create a series of scenes where shard like particles flow, swarm, grow and flock into abstracted elements of the events logo and branding created for D by Research Studios.

I was asked by The Mill to help design and animate the intro sequence for the D's 50th Anniversary event. Working closely with the Mill's Art Director Antar Walker and the team at The Mill I used Cinema 4D's Thinking Particles and Mograph to create a series of scenes where shard like particles flow, swarm, grow and flock into abstracted elements of the events logo and branding created for D by Research Studios.

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