How to Shatter a 3D Object | EDSTUDIOS
Using 3ds Max, Particle Flow, and Element3D, we can transform one 3D model into another one using Particle Flow, and Element 3D. The rendering is done in real time within After Effects and the 3D particles are created within 3ds Max using pFlow.
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How to Shatter a 3D Object

How to Shatter a 3D Object

In this motion graphics tutorial we use 3ds Max, After Effects, and Element 3D, to shatter an object and create a fracture animation. The rendering is done is real time within After Effects, using Element 3D.