@revelarts : Thanks, its simple once you get hold of it, the difficult part might be to get everything to work together.
@Hitsu//San : Thanks. I don't know exactly how to answer your question. You might have to get to know the working in any of the 3D softwares like 3DS Max/Cinema 4D and compositing software like After Effects, some design skills and some knowledge of camera moves and stuff like that. I hope i could answer your question.
Very nice work. A lot gets accomplished with some very simple base concepts.
May I ask for some more details on your programs? I'm curious what plugins and techniques you found to be really helpful. I'm a character animator, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't care about particle animation. It's a bit difficult for me to perceive how to go about it technically though since I wasn't introduced to it very in-depth when I first started, so I'm fascinated by things like these. I do know some After Effects techniques, but nothing used in this way before.
Thanks, really glad you liked it
I used Cinema 4D and After Effects too do this. The only plugins that i used was in the post which are particular and Optical flares for the lens flare. I am sure you can get hold of the particle systems if you spend some time with it exploring different options and testing things out.