After Effects: Creating a realistic human iris I’ve always wanted to attempt a realistic human iris in After Effects and last week I got my chance. In this walkthrough video I discuss how I created an iris using Turbulent Noise and other default After Effects effects. Update : Setting The Circle Effect “Edge” to “Thickness” and increasing the “Feather Inner Edge” negates the need for the duplicate Circle effects to create rings. Related Articles Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters
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Quba HQ » Preset+Tutorial: Stop Motion Kit Preset+Tutorial: Stop Motion Kit This preset and tutorial have been inspired by true events …or to be precise – they are based on a project I did a short while ago. In this tutorial I will show you how to quickly simulate stop motion aesthetic using my After Effects Stop Motion Kit. This collection of presets will allow you to easily add subtle imperfections to the movement of objects in your scene, emulating animator errors that are a staple of stop motion animation.
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