I recently started playing around a lot with X-Particles. It’s a super fun and robust particle system for Cinema 4D. Within hours, I was able to make the render above. In fact, I was so impressed with X-Particles, we decided to startselling it on the Greyscalegorilla Store. That’s how much I believe in this plugin.
Easy To Learn
I really started getting interested in it this year after seeing the two excellent presentations by Rob Garrott and Casey Hupke at NAB. I have only been playing with X-Particles for a few of weeks and it’s been very impressive so far. I’m learning very fast what is possible with this incredible tool. And like Cinema 4D, I want to show you everything I learn as I learn it.
Expect to see tutorials from Greyscalegorilla very soon showing off more of what X-Particles can do. Until then, check out these videos below. These tutorials have gotten me up to speed with a lot of what X-Particles is capable of.
Intro To X-Particle Collisions
NAB 2014 Rewind – Casey Hupke: Creating Complex Animations with X-particles
Objects To Sand With X-Particles
NAB 2014 Rewind – Rob Garrott: X-Particle Playground: Basics to Advanced Techniques
Intro To X-Particles
X-Particles 2.5 FLUIDS & FOAM
NitroBlast + X-Particles
X-particles Bubbles! + mini tutorial
Micro Cell Animation
Quick Guide X-particles Emitter
MotionGraphics with X-Particles
Cinema 4D – Particles Swarm – Tutorial
X-Particles WIP Fire
DYNAMICS FAKE With X-Particles
Motion Blur for X-Particles
Fireworks with X-Particles
Recreating the Ray Bounce Effect with X-Particles
Smooth Tangential Orientation with X-Particles