Transforming One 3D Object Into Another | 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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Transforming One 3D Object Into Another

Transforming One 3D Object Into Another

In this tutorial, we are using 3ds Max (3D Studio Max), Particle Flow, and Element3D. We show how to transform one 3D object 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, birth grid, and the find target operator.