Join Adam Crespi for an in-depth discussion in this video Painting a logo, part of Creating Motion Graphics with Fusion.
- In the motion graphics workflow,…it's very common to work with intellectual properties…such as logos, trademarks, and other pieces…where we need to bring in exactly what's given to us.…Sometimes we may have the flexibility…to animate a few things,…and I'm going to do that with my H-Sport logo.…H-Sport is the company this spot is for,…and I'm going to have their logo in the end,…in our last shot.…Right now we've got, is that all the shots are set up…and if we look here at frame 260-something,…we can see the ball here, almost rolled to a stop,…and ready for a logo.…
My thought is I want to balance the round ball here…with a circular H-Sport logo in the top right,…and then some text underneath here, in the grass.…This is a promo for the company, a brand identity piece,…rather than a specific product,…so I want to stress the game as part of it.…I also want to key off the round here in the soccer ball,…which is why I set up that shot.…What I'll do then, is to bring in a couple of elements…and my H-Sport logo, and then use a paint tool in here…
- 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
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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