Guilherme Machado Explores Creating Flat 2D Design Using Stardust in After Effects
Brazillian Motion Designer and Instructor Guilherme Machado explores creating that 2D flat look using After Effects’ powerful node-based particle tool, Stardust. Stardust allows you to create some pretty complex effects and it’s also easy to stylize the particles for motion graphics work.
Watch Guilherme’s short 17-minute tutorial that covers using emitters and motion in Stardust to explore creating a 2D flat design look, almost in opposition to the plugin’s capabilities to work with 3D models and 3D primitives.
Superluminal’s Stardust is a node-based particle system for After Effects mixing the capabilities of Trapcode Particular and Element 3D into one super-powerful tool for After Effects artists. https://aescripts.com/stardust/