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Turning People into Dust Using Apple Motion 28 Nov 2013 01:54 #34792

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Turning People into Dust Using Apple Motion

Some time ago, I wrote an article about how to make a mustache explode. It was an effect I used in the Bucket Dan iOS video game teaser. In this article, I’d like to expand on it and make it a bit more practical. I’m going to take a person shot on green screen, and make her turn to dust, using Motion 5. This same trick will work in Motion 4, also. This can be a tricky effect to achieve. The better lit and less work your green screen shot is, the better your results for this technique will be. And since this requires generating many thousands of particles, you may see some sluggish system performance, depending on what GPU you’re running. So let me show you the basic technique, and you can refine it on your own from there.

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BenB wrote: Turning People into Dust Using Apple Motion

Some time ago, I wrote an article about how to make a mustache explode. It was an effect I used in the Bucket Dan iOS video game teaser. In this article, I’d like to expand on it and make it a bit more practical. I’m going to take a person shot on green screen, and make her turn to dust, using Motion 5. This same trick will work in Motion 4, also. This can be a tricky effect to achieve. The better lit and less work your green screen shot is, the better your results for this technique will be. And since this requires generating many thousands of particles, you may see some sluggish system performance, depending on what GPU you’re running. So let me show you the basic technique, and you can refine it on your own from there.

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Very cool tutorial - I can't wait to try this!

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