Create 3D Wireframes With Stardust in After Effects

Roland Hartmann Covers some of the new features in Stardust to create 3D wireframes.

In motion graphics, the 3D wireframe render seems to get used a lot. With After Effects, you have a couple of choices to create this aesthetic, but none seem as flexible as with the Stardust plugin from Superluminal. Check out this tutorial from Roland Hartmann, who shows how to use the new edges options in the latest version of Stardust to create 3D wireframes easily.

The tutorial also covers working with the 3D model library, using the OBJ emitter, Model Node, and how to work with transparent materials. Stardust is an excellent choice for After Effects users. The plugin is an actual modern particle effects tool. What’s best is that it comes with a ton of practical presets that you can use as a starting point for your work. Superluminal Stardust includes the Ae plugin and two render nodes – learn more here.