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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4pLehjPBZU

Those graphics are fucking amazing. How can someone achieve something like this? my best guess is just fucking around with array modifiers but is there a tutorial about this?
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i'm not really sure what you're talking about. this video is pretty underwhelming from a technical difficulty standpoint. in 3ds max i'd be able to recreate most of it with space warps and particle systems, the part from your screen cap seems like it's cut together pretty cleverly, it's just a repeat of a camera falling down a few levels of a fractal-ish structure cut when objects pass in front of the camera



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