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Any ideas how these jostling dot visuals might have bene created in WPP's branding?
I'm guessing maybe it is a more basic 2D animation sitting behind some 3D app which is interpreting it like a halftone effect? Or maybe it's not done in motion apps at all, not sure. I like though, just interested in playing about with stuff like this while in lock down. Cheers.
That looks like some mograph effects in Cinema 4D to me. Put a pill object into a cloner and apply a shader effector using animated noise. For the colors create a first color shader material with faster animated noise faster. Use a mograph selection to select the cloned you want in green and apply a second color shader using that mograph selection as a parameter.
- I meant apply one color shader to the mograph selection and the other color shader to an inverted mograph selection for the rest.CyBrainX
- The examples on the website are nicer than the gif in the original post here.CyBrainX
- Yeah I meant to say that. The overall visual
of the logo is lost in the gif.Ranger
I dont think its just mograph, that would get you close though. Looks like the noises and textures are driving the size and colour etc but there seems to be dynamics going on per object which makes me think there is some Xparticles going on. They push each other around, more individually than say the scale apart/push apart modifier. One of the gifs looks like they use infection modifier from XP. May also be done in something completely different. But I would start with XP and some noises :)
Looks like C4D Field force stuff.
You can use it firstly distribute the dot shapes, have them wobble/push apart and keep a set distance from each other. You can have them scale based on noise, and keep distance between each other. And finally you can have the colour change based on a falloff.