Join Eran Stern for an in-depth discussion in this video What's next?, part of Mograph Techniques: Physics Simulations in After Effects.
…Thanks for following along and viewing my course.…Here are all the short pieces we've created, back to back.…Remember that these are part of the whole movie, and sometimes when…working in this micro form, it's hard to see the whole picture.…What I like you do after you finish watching this conclusion movie.…Is to return to the fourth movie in…the introduction chapter, the overview of the project movie.…Try to spot the parts that we've worked on…and see how they combined in the whole story.…
Lastly, I have my own motion graphics website.…The name is www.sternfx.com.…And over there I host my own After Effects and…Premier Pro tutorials with many free sources for you to explore.…I hope you'll find this course useful and you…can utilize these techniques in your own work flow.…Thank you for watching.…
These lessons are perfect for motion graphics artists who want to create earthy physics simulations and add realistic motion to their projects.
- Building a random sphere animation
- Creating a tree connection
- Animating letters dangling from rope
- Creating body types and groups
- Staggering layer simulation
Skill Level Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Animating to Musicwith Ian Robinson1h 5m Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Retiming and Tracking Footagewith Ian Robinson2h 46m Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Shape Animation in After Effectswith Eran Stern2h 57m Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Spline Dynamics with Cinema 4Dwith EJ Hassenfratz1h 13m Intermediate
1. Connected Spheres
2. Rope Letters
3. Dormant and Collision Body Types
4. Staggering and the Kinematic Animation Style
What's next?1m 2s
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