Join Eran Stern for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a 3D basketball, part of After Effects Artist in Action: Eran Stern's Broadcast Design.
To create a decent and convincing scene, we'll need to take the time and assemble …a few elements. Later in this training, we'll composite …them in one main composition, but for now, we need to create them basically …from scratch. In the next movies I'll show you how to …prepare all five of them, starting with our main element which will lead the way, …the basketball. In this movie we'll generate a matching …basketball which will relate to the one that we saw on the video footage.…
This is not going to be a perfect imitation of a real ball, however it will …be close enough to convey the message. And will be used as one of the main …narratives of our story. I'm in the ElementsCreation_1 project …which you can find in the second folder of the project files. …This project already has the final versions of each element, which you can …find under the final comps folder, so you can always check these comps if you want …to compare your results to mine. For now we'll begin with creating a new composition.…
- Designing a pack shot
- Creating a 3D basketball
- Matching color and texture
- Creating digital explosions
- Using the Proxy rendering method
- Adding focus and vignette
- Compositing and animation
- Creating 3D titles
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Designing a Pack Shot
2. Creating Elements
3. Video Treatment
4. Compositing and Animation
5. Creating 3D Titles
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