“Hi there, I have a job coming up where I need to animate a snowglobe that shakes. I’m thinking it would be cool to have actual snow moving around inside the glass and I’m thinking Newton would be a great solution for this.”
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A 5 parts tutorial covering a wide range of use of our tools including Newton3, Pastiche, ConnectLayersPRO and DUiK.
In this tutorial for Adobe After Effects, you’ll learn how to use Adobe Illustrator, Newton3, ConnectLayersPRO and the Cinema4D render engine to create something similar to a piece of paper falling on the ground.
“I’m creating a marble run scene using Newton 3 in AE. I’ve seen an example of what I’m after, but can’t seem to figure out how to make it nor can I find any assistance online for my problem. I want a marble to interact with ‘spinners’ as per the video link below : https://youtu.be/6XvEmLjaPdc?t=6 I’d also like the ‘marbles’ to interact with a ‘switch’ when they land. See video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeDDw… Are these scenarios workable in Newton please? If so, how should I be setting these up? Please refer to the image attached as reference. Kind regards, Jason”
And here’s our answer… 🙂
I’ll show you how to quickly set up a simple simulation in Adobe After Effects, send it to Newton3, use fixed objects to only rotate switch and spinners, tweak your scene to have the best result.
A nice way to get some dynamic motion and object interaction wholly within After Effects using data obtained from AEScripts.com Newton 2 applied to Video Copilot’s Element 3D (v1). For the sample video: vimeo.com/118061904