Newton

Newton and Optical Flares


Newton and 3D Stroke



Another new plugin on the scene, this is a dynamic physics engine that interprets 2D layers in an environment in AE. The first tech demos don’t look too visually impressive, and there was the usual outcry of “but you can just use dynamics in 3D software much more effectively”. When you take into account the fact that you can use the keyframes generated by Newton to apply other plugins and effects, the possibilities are endless, as demonstrated in these demos.


By: Lisa
Posted: Wed 4th Jan 2012

Tags: Afx, After Effects, Afx, Newton, Plugin

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