In this movie, we are going to match the theme of the promo, creating another …digital shutter, digital explosion, that will appear underneath the basketball …that we isolated. I mean, videotreatment_underscore02, …which you can find in the third folder of the project files. …And if you want to follow along open up the Explosion Comps Start and that start exploding.…
Once again, we are going to use the shutter effect, and I've already prepared …for you a shape that we will use in order to explore. …This is just a basic shape created using the ellipse tool and under the field options. …I choose the radial gradient with bright color at the beginning and mid grade at …the end. And the reason that I choose this …gradient is that when we are going to shutter it, we'll have some kind of …variations in the pieces. Okay, so let's select this and then, …let's go here under the effects this time.…
And from the Simulation category, we'll choose once again our beloved Shutter effect. …Now, I'm going to turn this to a Rendered view and change couple of the settings. …
- 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
After Effects Apprentice: 11 3D Spacewith Chris Meyer4h 34m Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Animating with C4D Effectorswith EJ Hassenfratz1h 39m Intermediate
1. Designing a Pack Shot
2. Creating Elements
3. Video Treatment
4. Compositing and Animation
5. Creating 3D Titles
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