Tag: Animation

Animated Text with Trapcode Tao

Starting with the Arial font I traced each letter with a point light to create a path for the Trapcode Tao plug-in. Each letter and number has it’s own comp, so I could drag the letters into another comp to create words. Duplicating the letters and offsetting them I time-reverse the layers to create a …

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Circle Rings Digital Doodle

A collection of animations all using a ring as a shape replicator for different objects to drive the animation. A repeating rotation of the objects is what is animated. Made in Adobe After Effects with the Element3D plug-in.

Blender Animation with Newton

Blender animation made with the Newton2 plug-in for After Effects. The fruit pieces are still images from the Fruit model pack for Element3D. The blender and the glass are shape objects as is the liquid juice, which is made up of circle shape objects with a blur and levels effect added.

NHS Thank You

NHS Thank You animation using Adobe After Effects. The rainbow and clouds were made in Element3D and the NHS letters were created with Trapcode Echospace.

Trapcode Particular Vortex Animation

Trying out Trapcode Particular fluid particles in a vortex animation.

Raining Toilet Rolls Animation

Raining Toilet Rolls Animation made with Trapcode Particular. The toilet roll sprite was made with Element3D.

Rotating Boxes

Rotating boxes animation using Newton2 in Adobe After Effects.

Unfolding Box Tutorials in After Effects and Element3D

In these two tutorials I show you how to create a unfolding box animation, one just with After Effects 3D solids and the other using the Element3D plugin. After Effects project file with box already made download – HERE Element3D preset for already made box. Also includes an OBJ file. Just import the .e3d file …

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Lollies and Ice Cream with Trapcode Tao

Lollies and Ice Cream made with Trapcode Tao using animated lights, in Adobe After Effects. The melting away was done with CC Mr Mercury and the text with Element 3D. Trapcode Particular was used for the sprinkles on the Fab Lolly!


Cyber Beast music track by Jake South, the guy behind the music of my short film Spirit of the Woods. The animations are done with the kaleidoscope program Inspirit.