3D Dust Particulate
Twenty unique drag-and-drop 3D dust Alembic files that add atmospheric depth to your projects. No plugins required!
These animated drag-and-drop alembic dust files are simple and quick to add to any scene. Designed and created to give you a variety of looks from subtle particles to intense rises, you’ll find the perfect look for your next render.
What is 3D Dust?
The 3D Dust Particulate asset pack is a collection of 20 alembic files. These animated cache files are drag-and-drop particles, meaning you can literally just add them to your scene to add some beautiful atmospheric effects. No plug-ins required!
By using the Alembic file format, that means there is no need for any additional software or apps. You do not need to set up any rigs or animate, just choose the 3D dust files of your choice and simply drag it into your project.
Once in your scene, you can easily adjust the scale, position, and rotation.
In addition, you can easily add more dust particles by duplicating and rotating the 3D dust Alembic files to build a more dense scene. You can also combine multiple types of 3D dust to build a unique look for your project.
Where can I use 3D Dust?
These 3D dust files are Alembic, meaning you can use them in any 3D software or compositing platform that accepts Alembic files.
3D Dust Compatible programs:
- Cinema 4D
- 3ds Max
- Render engines
What animated styles are included?
The Twenty 3D Dust Alembic files include:
- Basic Random
- Basic Rising
- Clump Rise
- Dense Rising
- Swirls Even
- Light Sparkle
- Rise Heavy
- Rise Light
Want to get a preview of each of the 3D Dust files? Browse and play previews on the demo and training page.
How do I use 3D Dust?
These Alembic files simply need to be loaded into your 3D platform of choice. Check out this collection of product training videos that will show you how to get up and running with 3D Dust Particulate in Cinema 4D and Fusion.
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