Creating the Blast Effect from Inception

March 14th, 2013 | Comments (7)

Learn physics in the new Blender, camera tracking, animation and more in this tutorial which teaches you how to achieve the blast effect from the movie Inception. This was the 1st place entry in our February 2013 video tutorial contest. More contests will be held with each new release of Blender. Follow us on facebook to keep an eye out for these and other contests.

Created by: Laustinart
Check out his websites: youtube channelportfoliotwittervimeo channel

Download the final blend files here: Before BakeAfter Bake(final)

7 Responses to “Creating the Blast Effect from Inception”

  1. Please help. I’ve downloaded both the Before Bake and After Bake(final) files for the Inception Blast Blender Tutorial. I’m missing the tutorial package with the video scene of a road. Where do I obtain that? Thank you.

  2. you are amazing, i will try, i hope i can do this!!!! :)

  3. Where do I get the tutorial package?

  4. Hello great tutorial. quick question. I’m not using your constrain, instead im trying to “fracture my fracture”. In the video your saying that one should just turn up the noise to 1 and some other stuff but its not working. When i click “ok” it just becomes a hollow cube and i get the “inverted” version of the fracture. Please, how do i fracture my shards one more time so that i can make a similar animation.

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