Get an overview of the client brief. Learn what the TV stinger needs to communicate.
- [Instructor] There is a saying that if something…doesn't look good when it is stationary,…there is no chance that it will work as an animation.…So the first and the most important task…is to invest in the design stage…using Photoshop or maybe Illustrator…before the animation stage in AfterEffects.…To save some time, I did it beforehand,…and created a design based…on the brief that the customer sent.…So, if you like to follow along,…go ahead and open up AfterEffects,…then go to the File menu and choose Open Project.…
I'm going to navigate to the Project Files folder,…and I'm going to open up Wimbledon Interlude.aep.…Before we begin, I would like to share with you…the instructions that came in this brief.…I usually show the final result…at the beginning of each course,…but this time I want to walk you through the process…of developing a project from start to end.…So we'll start by exploring the design,…and then I'm going to walk you through…my plan of the animation.…
So I'm going to double-click on this…Wimbledon Championship Brief.jpg,…
- Animating a layered Photoshop file
- Create an animated background
- Animating using effects
- Extruding and texturing 3D typography
- Creating an ending transition
- Faking motion blur
- Rendering a master file and a delivery file
Skill Level Beginner
After Effects CC 2018: VFX Essential Trainingwith Alan Demafiles4h 20m Intermediate
1. Animate a Photoshop File
2. Creating 3D Typography
3. Compositing Techniques
4. Outputting the Result
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