James Bond Visualized with Plexus

Posted in Animation Particles After Effects Design Interviews by aescripts + aeplugins on February 13, 2013

When a cutting-edge computer visualization of James Bond's head was necessary Navarro Parker and Bradley G Munkowitz (aka Gmunk) were called to do the task.  We were lucky enough to score an interview with Navarro about his process and life in general.

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This tutorial will show you how to use VC Element and Locations.jsx to create a globe in 3D space with a geo marker and text overlay.

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In this tutorial we’ll use the new features in Plexus 2 to create a theatrical style logo animation using just one layer! Consider this a tutorial on how to work with text in the new Plexus 2.

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Create Glitchy Type

Posted in Animation After Effects Design Tutorials by Lloyd Alvarez on March 27, 2012

This mini-tutorial shows how to quickly create a glitchy type animation that can be composited on top of other footage.  Great for title sequences or mal-functioning computer displays.

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This tutorial shows you how to create this fully dynamic, fully 3D title intro animation all in After Effects quickly and easily without having to write a single line of code.

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Learn how to create a very cool Finger Tutting (aka Finger Dancing) remix video using Plexus.

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Learn how to create a 3D "plexus particle stream" using Plexus, Particular and Optical Flares

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'Art of Flight' Title Sequence Loves Plexus

Posted in Animation Particles After Effects Design Interviews by aescripts + aeplugins on November 17, 2011

"The Art of Flight" is a landmark achievement in action sports filmmaking with an equally impressive title sequence. The design and production of the title sequence which uses Plexus throughout was led by creative director Chris Murphy who granted us an interview that we are very happy to share with you here. Read On.

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