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Lesson 2. Creating Motion Graphics > Working with Particles

Working with Particles

The next exciting feature in our Tour de Motion is the wonderful world of particles. If you thought adding a behavior was fun, wait until you see the particles in action.

Particles are used in motion graphics to create smoke, fire, snow, falling leaves, and other special effects that require many objects created from one primary object (cell). The particle cell is multiplied through a particle emitter. For example, with a particle emitter you can turn a single raindrop (cell) into many particles to create a torrential rainstorm.


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