Animating With Precomps Intro To After Effects (Part 4) | Size: 1.58 GB | Total files: 20 |
Have you wanted to try creating animation or motion design in Adobe After Effects but been put off by it’s complexity? Have you tried After Effects but not sure you’re really "getting it"? Then this series of classes is for you!
Intro To After Effects Part 4 is the final part of a four part series to introduce Adobe After Effects to aspiring animators and motion designers with little or no experience with the software. If you haven’t yet taken Intro To After Effects Parts 1 through 3, you’ll want to make sure and start with those classes first as we’ll be building on those lessons here in part 4.
Perfect for Graphic Designers or Illustrators with an interest in animation or motion design, this series is a comprehensive survey of After Effects fundamentals that will give you a real understanding of the software and allow you to begin creating your own unique work with confidence.
Taught by Morgan Williams, an animator with over 25 years of professional experience and almost 10 years of experience as an animation instructor, this class is packed with professional techniques and practices to make your workflow smart and efficient..
But you won’t just be learning about software; throughout the series, software techniques will be connected to the principles of animation and other "bigger ideas" behind successful animation and motion design work, giving you a strong foundation both technically and creatively.
In Intro To After Effects Part 4, we will learn about…
Working with precomps
What are precomps?
Why do we need precomps?
Three ways to create precomps
Importing layered Ai or Ps files
Making custom comps or precomps
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