3d particle composition how ?

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  01 January 2003
3d particle composition how ?

how can i creat a 3d composition with particle fx....... they particle is working properly in 2d comp.......
i wont to know is particles working only for 2d composition????
  01 January 2003
hi nimal

if u r using combustion particle does work with 3d composition but that is true that particle are only 2d u can create a 3d composition and then u can apply particles to particular layer and enjoy..... hope thiese helps.


  01 January 2003
yes, illusion is 2d. if you want to get a 3d effect you have
to fake this. (if its possible)

for example hide the particles when they are "behind" objects
scale .. etc.

  01 January 2003
Ohhh....... why they doesnt support 3d ???? so.....how can we gonno do 3d ?????
  01 January 2003
hi nimal

combustion has 2d particles but u can always used them in 3d composites by adding particles as an operator, and if at all u want 3d particles then u will have to go for 3d max or maya or any other 3d app. if u have any problem then kindly post in detail i am sure the community will help you out.


  01 January 2006
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