In this movie, we are going to assign colors to an Illustrator Artwork. …I'm also going to show you how to prepare a layer-based document here in …Illustrator for proper After Effects Import. …Then we are going to walk through the guidelines of the story, that we will …create later on in After Effects. If you want to follow along, I'm working …on a document named EuroFrance02, which you can find in this.…
So, first we want to take this video guide there and just drag it all the way …down and maybe also turn off the visibility for it. …Now before we are going to start colorizing, I just want to show you why …I've chosen Illustrator to do this design and to create this document. …In fact, it's going to be a little bit of a side note. …But I think it's important to understand that Illustrator really has the power to …design in any angle that you choose. And in order to demonstrate it, I'm going …to create a new temporary layer here. I'm just going to Drag it up this stack …and now I'm going to select this line segment tool and just draw a straight line.…
- 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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