Join Owen Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps and additional uses of techniques, part of Creating a Handmade Look in After Effects: 2 Design and Animation.
- We'll be finishing up with Oh No Robots…in the next course in this series.…But you can use whatever you've learned here…in any project you have going on.…In fact, you can import an entire After Effects…project into another entire After Effects project.…Go ahead! Do it! Use these tools.…You have my permission.…Did you like that spray paint stencil?…Copy that layer. Spray paint a stencil of your own.…Did you like the way those shape layers wiggled?…Copy that wiggle! Wiggle your shapes!…Is there a font out there that's been rubbing…you the wrong way? I'm looking at you, Impact.…
Take it down a notch.…Then mess it up and make it awesome.…And did you fall in love with that little wiggly…robot sketch? Well I want to see that little wiggly robot…sketch all over the internet next year!…In fact, little wiggly robot sketch for president!…On behalf of Oh No Robots, myself, and…little wiggly robot sketch, I'd like to thank you…for spending some time with me and After Effects.…If you saw something in the Oh No Robots animation…
Want to create another lo-fi mograph effect? Check out Creating a Handmade Look in After Effects 01: Paper Cutout and Stop Motion Styles.
- Using the Pen tool to create hand-drawn shapes
- Animating shape layers to look drawn on
- Giving a wiggle to drawn elements
- Customizing and animating handwritten fonts
- Looping animation with expressions
- Using the Paintbrush tool to create animated painted lines
- Adding texture to lines
- Creating write-on type