I'm incredibly thankful to the countless folks in the motion design community and beyond who have helped me generously over the many years. I wouldn't be where I am today without them. That's why I'm gonna keep that goodness flowing around by making select project files and tools available to anyone, no strings attached.
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You are free to use these files and methods in your projects, even commercially, I really don't care. Just please don't redistribute or sell them or pass them off as your own. Instead, make something even cooler with them. You may tag me on Instagram @pvonborries with your creations, I'd love to see what you come up with!
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A faux cursor dragging a sort of emitter around – just an overall handy technique.
Some Pro features were used, so if you are using the free version, it might not work as expected.
Some of my first steps in Cavalry, learning about Oscillators and more.
A fun project visualizing the diversity and feeling of being in love.
You will have to install PluginEverything's free Displacer Pro plugin for this to work. I also swapped out the typeface to one everyone should have.
When Adobe introduced the Cinema4D renderer inside After Effects, some really cool 3D features got added. I found it tiresome to create the same primitives all the time, so I collected them here. Mind that they aren't perfect, though!
This setup lets you rotate any polygon or rectangle while staying in it's initial boundaries automagically. You can create some mesmerizing things with it!
This is a rig of a cube that was built to maintain the stroke widt along its edges. But it can also do some other cool stuff.