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Creating Contrasting Animations with Solid Shapes in After Effects (Digital Tutors)

30-07-2014, 10:07   |   Category: Tutorials

Creating Contrasting Animations with Solid Shapes in After Effects (Digital Tutors)

Creating Contrasting Animations with Solid Shapes in After Effects (Digital Tutors)
Intermediate | 3h 14m | 1.78 GB  | Project Data files 13 MB | Required Computer software:Results CS6
Audio:aac, 44100 Hz, music system | Online video media:h264, yuv420p, 1280×720, 15.00 fps(r)
Genre:eLearning

In this series of After Effects tutorials, we will talk about the steps we take to create an animated tablet commercial while learning tips and concepts you can use in your own projects. We’ll start by discussing the thinking behind what shapes and animation types we will use in the process, and establish that none of these decisions are arbitrary or based on something just “looking cool”. There is a reason behind all of the choices we make as we progress through the project.


We also talk about using masks and custom alphas and when we would use one over the other. You’ll learn a lot of tips for speeding up your workflows when creating a project that has lots of similar elements. This training is full of workflows for not only quickly creating complex shape animations, but also covers how to approach the thinking behind what shapes to use when you want to create something that is abstract.

By the end of this tutorial, you will not only have created your very own animated tablet commercial, but also picked up the skills and thought process you will need to implement the next time you want to tackle a project that uses abstract imagery and animation.

 

Contents

1. Introduction and project overview
2. Creating and animating the first shape
3. Reusing the animation from the first shape
4. Adjusting the timing for the shapes' keys
5. Introducing the first tablet
6. Adding masks to the shapes for contrast
7. Adding the other three tablets
8. Changing the position of the yellow tablet
9. Adding the spinning circles to the tablet's camera
10. Adding a 3D camera
11. Creating some animated circle shapes for our camera
12. Creating a custom alpha using precomposed layers
13. Combining the custom alpha to reveal the background
14. Adding the 3D tablet and text
15. Extending the tablet layer and adding lens effects


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