Hi Blenderians, today we are sharing this amazing tutorial, how to create a disintegration effect in Blender 2.9. In the first tutorial, we’ll learn how to recreate this effect in Blender 2.9, in the second one, we will see how to recreate the Ghost in the Shell effect.
How to create a disintegration effect in Blender 2.9?
You’ll learn how to create a cool disintegration effect using cloth simulation dynamics, along with a few easy to use modifiers, we’ll learn how to set-up the particle system in Blender, set-up cloth sim physics, and baking the simulation, for the final simulation bake.
How to Create a Disintegration Effect in Blender 2.9 – Cloth Sim Tutorial
The tutorial is shared by Blender Tutor, (Thomas) 3D Artist/Educator on YouTube, created Blender Tutor to help teach beginners and artists new to Blender how to use this awesome (free) software.
This tutorial was inspired by this awesome quick tutorial by Dylan Neill:
How to create a disintegration effect like Ghost in the Shell?
In this tutorial, we will use cloth simulation in Blender 2.80 to create this effect from the Ghost In The Shell title sequences where some white goo peels off this robot girl’s face. The final result can be rendered in Eevee or Cycles.
Create this Ghost in the Shell effect with Blender cloth simulation
Check out the original animated title sequence (a little bit NSFW):