Red Giant has just released a brand new Trapcode Form 3 training series
Red Giant has just released a brand new Trapcode Form 3 training series, available free of charge on the Red Giant YouTube channel and led by award-winning filmmaker and motion designer Chad Perkins. The new training videos are the latest to come out of Red Giant, on the heels of the captivating short film “TANK,” created by ILM veteran Stu Maschwitz, and Dan “Hashi” Hashimoto’s “Cheap Tricks: Wakanda Form-ever!” where he demonstrates how to use Trapcode Form‘s OBJ Model settings to create sand sculptures in true 3D space. Part of the Red Giant Trapcode Suite, which just got an update in April, Trapcode Form 3 is a unique and powerful 3D particle system for Adobe After Effects, used in broadcast and feature films. Whether you’re creating motion graphics, fantasy user interfaces or audio-driven effects, Form gives you the power to build beautiful effects fast. But, Form is unlike other particle systems and so feature rich that it can be a little daunting to get started with it. Even if you’ve been using it for years, it’s packed with so many hidden features there’s always more to learn – which is why Chad Perkins will show users everything to know when using Form to its fullest. Red Giant’s Trapcode Form 3 training series videos were designed for everyone from beginner to experienced user.
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