3D Particle Text (3D Shapes made out of 3D Particles!) – Free download

3D Particle Text (3D Shapes made out of 3D Particles!) – Free download

Hey All – first post of 2018! Happy New Year to you all!

My first tutorial and free download is on 3D Text (or Shapes) that are created out of particles and then animated. It was quite a bit of work to put this together, so I would appreciate feedback! Especially if you end up using it in any of your projects. It would also be good if you could link back to this webpage. You can use the templates for your videos free of charge, but please do NOT distribute the files themselves.

Note: these templates (depending on how you use them, config of your computer etc) can get quite heavy on the CPU and GPU and sometimes may result in a crash of Fusion. Save often!

Please check out my tutorial to get the most out of the templates!

Download (please click title, not the download button)

3D Particle Text (3D Text made out of 3D particles)

Disclaimer:

Note that this template/project file is provided “as is,” and you use it at your own risk.

No warranties are provided.

Under no circumstances shall the author be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from the use, misuse, or inability to use this template.

2 Replies to “3D Particle Text (3D Shapes made out of 3D Particles!) – Free download”

  1. Your tutorials are fantastic. As a new fusion user, something I struggle with is getting my computer set up correctly to be able to work in a efficient fashion. Currently after every tweak I have to wait quite a while to see the result. I’d love a tutorial that shows me how to configure the proxys and quality settings for the workflow and then for render. (Have a a threadripper with SLI so I know there has to be a way…) Thank you for all the time you have put into this for us!

    1. Hi John – thanks for your kind comments! Yes, that’s a good idea for a tutorial! A few more in the pipeline right now, but I’ll definitely add it to the list!

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