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Tutorial: Make Vines and Leaves with Trapcode Particular in After Effects

By Joey Korenman
After Effects

Here's how to use Trapcode Particular to trigger animation.

When you think of Trapcode Particular the first thing that probably comes to mind is floating particles, smoke, fairy dust, that kind of stuff, right? Well Trapcode Particular has a few tricks up it's sleeve. In this tutorial Joey is going to show you a very cool technique to trigger animations that need to happen at a certain point in time, like growing leaves on a vine. By the end of this tutorial you should have a fresh perspective on exactly what you can do with this very powerful plugin for After Effects. Check out the resources tab to grab a demo of Trapcode Particular, or to buy a copy of your own. 

Download the vine grow project file for After Effects.

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