Until this point, if you had After Effects CS5, you can follow along with no …worries at all. But in this chapter, I want to take our …creation, the final comp, a step further and to actually add some 3D extrusion …with lights and depth and materials. So, if you want to follow along, you must …have at least After Effects CS6. So, in this movie, we'll start by …converting a vector layer to shapes, and then rearrange the shapes to be used as a …base for our 3D extrusion. I'm inside 3D titles underscore 01, which …you can find in the fifth folder of the Project and Footage files.…
Okay so let's start with 01 main, and this is our finished creation so far. …So, just in order to remind ourselves where we are, let's create a quick ground preview. …(music playing) So, we have all the elements in place …including our nice sound effects, which really helps to emphasize the moment and …the excitement. So, now I want to concentrate on the …third part of our movie, the text shot part.…
I want to take it a step further and create some nice 3D titles with extrusion …
- 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
After Effects Apprentice: 11 3D Spacewith Chris Meyer4h 34m Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Animating with C4D Effectorswith EJ Hassenfratz1h 39m Intermediate
1. Designing a Pack Shot
2. Creating Elements
3. Video Treatment
4. Compositing and Animation
5. Creating 3D Titles
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