One of the most intriguing aspects of animation, is that you can make things happen on screen that could never happen in real life. By adding unexpected twists to your animations, you can engage and wow your audience. In this class, you’ll learn how to do so by creating eye-catching morphing transitions.
Welcome to the class on how to design and animate on-screen texting for video. Nowadays, as texting has become a ubiquitous part of our digital lives, we cannot avoid it in movies. The question is how to depict it so that it still looks compelling. Should we capture the screen of a mobile device with its content or should we just display the content directly on the screen? A closeup of a screen does its job. It shows us the content of messages that someone received. But this can quickly become boring to watch, it is difficult to capture displays in film, and the phone models become outdated pretty quickly. On-screen texting has many advantages. It can be more dramatically effective because you can see the actor’s reaction at the same time of receiving the text, it is cheaper and, if done right, it also looks more appealing.
Start creating your own kinetic typography videos, titles, and motion graphics in Adobe After Effects in just minutes!
I remember when I wanted to create animations over footage. I was lost. How did they do that, and how did they set up their shots?
After many years on the job, I learned some effective workflow tips to help me create this data driven info graphic over footage, and now you can too. I’ll be covering a lot of important workflow concepts as well as tricks so that you can create this animation.
Discover the secret to animating vibrant, realistic facial expressions with BAFTA Award-winning director and animator Fraser Davidson!
After Effects CC 2019: Character Animation Essential Training
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 3h 5m
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Sub | Size: 599 MB
In this class you’re going to learn how to create the iconic look of Anime Speed Lines in After Effects. With this new skill, you'll be able to create dynamic, animated backgrounds to incorporate in any action movie, comic animation, or design element of your choosing.
This class consists of 12 lectures. It is divided into 3 sections:
In the first section, we animate a ready-made example. Human Water Interface
In the second section, we create HUD elements from the scratch
In the third section, we integrate into footage graphic from first section
Ever dreamed of bringing your images or artwork alive?
If the answer is yes then this class is for you.
You will learn a secret technique that I have been using for my artworks for a really long time already.
In this class we will learn how to use plexus in AFTER EFFECTS and to use 3D objects in plexus to make this stunning animation.
This video will be covering how to track a scene in 3D to add floating particles to enhance your video. This effect is inspired by the music video from Lil Wayne - Don't Cry
"UI Animation Camp" is a series of classes for the animation of mobile interfaces. You are a web designer, a designer of mobile solutions and want to improve your skills or you are the one who is interested in the motion design welcome to the camp! We will create many cool cases.
Titles and Texts are playing key roles in infographic, videos and other types of motion graphic scenes that have typography in it.
From the Author of the Best Selling After Effects CC 2019 Complete Course
Lynda - After Effects Weekly (Updated 20 June 2019)
English | 5hr 59m | Video: 720p | Subtitles
During the last few years, After Effects has grown from a simple software program into an ever-evolving motion graphics ecosystem. New features are being added each quarter and it's getting hard to keep up. This weekly series demonstrates tips, tricks, and techniques to help you to stay on top of the changes and reveals undocumented effects and shortcuts that will blow you away. Learn how to reset tools, control animations, create effects, control layers, fix issues, and integrate with Photoshop, Illustrator, and Cinema 4D. Tune in every Friday for a new tip.
In this Beginners Guide to Adobe After Effects class, you will learn the essentials with a follow along Project
In this crash course class, you will learn what the main functions and features in After Effects by following along with the project I create in this class
Your project will be creating a looping GIF of your character. We will be using Adobe Illustrator to design our character and After Effects for animation. I will walk you through the process of designing a character, importing them into After Effects, rigging their face for easy animation, and exporting them as a GIF optimized for the web.
Have you wanted to try creating animation or motion design in Adobe After Effects but been put off by it’s complexity? Have you tried After Effects but not sure you’re really “getting it”? Then this series of classes is for you!
In this class, you will learn how to import your designs into After Effects and create beautiful interactions to show off in your next product demo.