In this tutorial we'll break down a project I created called Motion Cards.
We'll create 3 scene's in which we'll animate some falling customizable placeholders that will be re purposed using Trapcode Particular for a dynamic logo reveal.
About Ben Watts
I’m a motion designer from Swan Hill, Australia. I mainly work in broadcast design but love creating motion templates, Visual FX and 3d in my spare time. Besides family, this is my number one passion in life.View Full Profile+ Expand Bio- Collapse Bio
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