Augusto Lombardi’s ‘Bubble Dance FX LIVE Webinar Recording’, cebas thinkingParticles

Welcome to the recording of Augusto Lombardi’s August 24, 2018 Webinar tutorial on how to wire up a thinkingParticles DynamicSetup to create a dancing madame in a bubble. This v/fx scene was derived from a similar scene that Augusto worked on with Pixomondo, China in the well received movie, ‘Gone with the Bullets’ (Shanghai/Beijing).

In this 1 hour plus webinar, Augusto deftly brings us through an intermediate-advanced level of complexity in thinkingParticles visual effects, showing the quickest and simplest way to achieve the bubble dance scene. We cannot thank Augusto enough for his generosity in doing this LIVE webinar and together with cebas Visual Technology, Inc. allowing for the release of this webinar recording to enthusiastic FX artists and learners in our large VFX community online. We hope you will benefit greatly from learning how thinkingParticles logic works – we hear from new users and students all the time – that it was not easy but it was definitely highly satisfying to learn the ropes, which once you get on board with the instinctual logic, it will be a breeze.

So grab your favorite cuppa and find a good time for yourself and learn the ropes.

Update (Sep 21) : Augusto just sent in the Max files and you can now grab it at – Grazies

Cebas will continue to sponsor high quality LIVE Webinars by well established FX Artists throughout 2018 and 2019. Next, please keep an eye for the October 31 LIVE by Hristo Velev and the November 23 LIVE by David Adan. Follow our cebas Vimeo for more information.

As well please follow official for closer to date announcements and how to register. For those who are serious in making the best of this free learning opportunity, consider getting yourself the tP educational license at a fraction of the costs of the commercial license and learn the ropes from the experts. Write to Cedar for more info.


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