Join Eran Stern for an in-depth discussion in this video Walkthrough of the additional shatter explosion, part of After Effects Artist in Action: Eran Stern's Broadcast Design.
In this movie I'll show you how I did the second version of the digital explosion …which will be used for the third part of the promo which is also the last part of it. …I'm in ElementsCreation_5 which is a continuing project which you can find …inside the second folder of the footage file. …I'm going to open up these shatter zero to composition which I've already created.…
And this is using the same principal that I showed you in the earlier movie. …So we have two basic shapes here, the upper one, which is a smaller circle, and …underneath, a bigger one. Let's start with the bigger one first. …I already applied the shatter effect to it. …I'm going to turn on the effect icon so you can see what I did. …Same as before in the shape I use the glass pattern. …Repetition were defined to 35 and under force one I determine that the depth here …in this case should be this number, 0.24. The radius is 0.84 and the strength is 6.5.…
Those numbers correspond to the force that will affect the explosion. …
- 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
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1. Designing a Pack Shot
2. Creating Elements
3. Video Treatment
4. Compositing and Animation
5. Creating 3D Titles
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