Harry Franks shows a way to get Trapcode Particular and Element 3D or Cinema 4D to integrate niceley using a Z-Buffer. This is a type of depth-compositing technique and the aim is to achieve automatic obscuration so particles can pass both in front and behind a 3D object – a kind of unified 3D space between the softwares.
Watch the short film TEMPO
Here we'll collect tutorials and other information on TEMPO.
First up is a tutorial on creating beautiful fire using Trapcode Particular and some stock footage:
Next is a tutorial on the 3D bee swarm:
More stuff will be added to this page as it is published.
An awesome five-part series of tutorials on Trapcode Particular. These are geared towards the new users, but is a great watch also for the experienced.