Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Animation in Photoshop: Part one, part of Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Working with 3D Objects.
- Let's go back and work with a new composition,…but this time add a bit of movement to our objects.…You can't do full rigging or advanced animation…with Photoshop, but you can do some basic…animation if you'd like some subtle motion.…Think of it more like a turntable.…Here we have a full-screen graphic…that's been designed, and I'll just start by…turning off the safe title overlay.…This is a pretty straightforward graphic.…And I'll just walk you through its elements.…We have a background texture.…Then a Hue/Saturation layer, just to strip out the color.…
The background texture was just made…using a built-in Photoshop action…to play with textures.…Then a bit of color.…And what I did here was just worked with a…few gradients.…I made a blue gradient and then put a…little highlight in, added another one,…and feel free to explore how Blending modes…can be used to create these nice rich gradients.…I've left those files there if you'd like to…dig deeper into them.…Little gradient across the bottom and a bar.…Some elements across the top to create…
- Working with 3D layers in Photoshop
- Using Vanishing Point Exchange
- Using 3D layers in After Effects
- Creating 3D content in Illustrator
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1. Using 3D Layers in Photoshop
2. Using Vanishing Point Exchange
3. Using 3D Layers in After Effects
4. Creating 3D Content in Illustrator
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