Natural multi-planing in 3D


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Natural multi-planing in 3D

Now that I'm viewing my scene as two different views; I've set up one of the views to be Active Camera, what's going to render, and I've set up another view to show me a perspective on the scene, now I can start separating these buildings in Z space. To do that, it's just a matter of selecting a layer, either here in one of the Composition panels or down here in the Timeline panel, and either scrubbing its values, again, in the Timeline panel or interactively grabbing its axis arrow to constrain my movements and pulling these layers out.

So I'm going to pull this shrub close to us, along with this building, not in front of the shrub, but a little bit behind, like about there, and in general start pushing these buildings forward and back to create an arrangement that I like. I'll bring this building up a little bit into the gap as well. Make sure you scrub your Current Time Indicator, so you see things at different points in time, to get a better idea of what...

Natural multi-planing in 3D
Video duration: 5m 3s 4h 49m Intermediate Updated Dec 06, 2012

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Natural multi-planing in 3D provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 11: 3D Space

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