The write-on animation effect is a familiar one to most motion graphics artists. But making your animated flowing type appear seamless can be tricky. In this course, instructor Ran Ben Avraham provides a fresh take on this popular effect, sharing techniques that can help you take it several levels forward in Adobe After Effects. He begins by going over the familiar way of creating the write-on effect. Next, he breaks down the steps for a cleaner, more advanced solution—one in which the bits and pieces of your text won't be revealed ahead of time, regardless of the complexity of the font or text. Plus, learn how to add secondary animation to make your effect really stand out. The result is a delightful, quick, and springy write-on animation that will give your work a new boost.
Skill Level Intermediate
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- [Instructor] The write on script effect is very popularamong motion graphics artists.But it's time we take it out of the box.In my new course, Animated Write On Script Type,I'll take you step-by-step towardsanimating the write on scriptand introduce you to some new ideas and conceptto help you push the boundariesof this old, familiar effect.My name is Lan Benavahan.Join me in my new LinkedIn course,Animated Write On Script Type.