Learn how to take assets you already have and composite them in a new way, while adding grungy DIY texture.
- [Voiceover] Well, hello there. My name is Owen Lowery, and welcome to the third and final course of our handmade series featuring yours and my favorite punk rock heartthrobs, Oh No Robots. In this course, we'll go over saving and re-purposing elements from your project, to build up an arsenal of assets and settings for future use. We'll delve into the compositing techniques, used in the Oh No Robots animation, that gave it that DIY, do-it-yourself feel. We'll use composite effects, randomized flicker, and custom vignettes to create a unified, cohesive look.
And we might even break away from the computer to get our hands dirty making our own looping grunge texture. Now let's rock this thing out.
Want to create the lo-fi mograph effects seen in this course? Check out Creating a Handmade Look in After Effects 02: Design and Animation.
- Saving animation presets
- Repurposing assets
- Compositing effects
- Creating custom vignettes
- Creating a grunge texture with a scanned image
- Adding imperfections to frames
- Exporting your animation