Join Adam Crespi for an in-depth discussion in this video Animating paint elements, part of Creating Motion Graphics with Fusion.
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- Animating parts of paint…is just like animating anything else here in Fusion.…We simply pick the property we want to animate,…right click and choose, well, animate, and off we go.…What I'm going to do is animate this paint to sequence in.…I want the circles to ripple in,…and maybe even have a little bounce to them.…I'll do this by actually keying them in that paint object.…Rather than have this logo simply appear,…I want it to come in a little more organically,…with a little more life.…I've got it placed where I want it to appear…in the end, that is, after everything stops moving,…I want it to be balancing the ball here,…and it's constrained by that merge eight in time,…starting at 192, although we can always shift it.…
It's also scaled by that merge,…to make sure that we've got full control…without accidentally slipping a circle around.…I'm showing here at frame 236,…because that's where I happened to pick on the timeline,…and I'm ready to get this animated.…My thought here is that…since the flash really occurs at 180,…
- Importing and layering footage
- Creating a camera and setting up a renderer
- Animating cameras in 3D space
- Adding a particle system
- Lighting the scene
- Adding effects like depth of field and motion blur
- Painting a logo
- Adding text
- Rendering the final composite
Skill Level Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Fractured 3D Typewith Ian Robinson1h 53m Intermediate
1. Importing and Layering Footage
2. Animating Cameras in 3D Space
3. Adding Particles
Creating a particle renderer6m 19s
4. Lighting the Scene
5. Adding Post Effects and Final Polish
6. Using Paint to Create a Logo
7. Adding Text and Rendering
Next steps1m 21s
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