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After Effects Tutorial: 60+ Kick Ass Effects

After Effects Tutorial: 60+ Kick Ass Effects
In the last few months I have written a couple of posts about motion graphics. Although I have only dabbled in After Effects, it is still one of the things that intrigues me most. After Effects is a really cool software that allows you create vibrant motions graphics just like the movies. Want more articles on Motion Graphics? Cool Computer Animated Videos Motion Graphics: 40 Most beautiful and creative motion reels Create A Realistic Glass Reflection Create A Realistic Glass Reflection Reverse Shatter Tutorial Reverse Shatter Tutorial Energy – Create a complex energy scene with CC particle world Energy - Create a complex energy scene with CC particle world Leap Into Hancock-Style Super Jump Effect Leap Into Hancock-Style Super Jump Effect Animate An Underground Map Without Keyframes In Motion 4 Animate An Underground Map Without Keyframes In Motion 4 After Effects: Holomatrix After Effects: Holomatrix Create a Jelly-like Text Animation in Cinema 4D and After Effects After Effects: The Dark Knight Related:  art stumble

Inspiring Examples of Negative Space in Logo Design Here on WDL we really like negative space and the concept surrounding it, specially when it comes to logos. For those not familiar with the term, negative space is all that empty space around and between elements in a design, it’s the space that some designers use to give a nice and unique touch to things. Using the space around a logo is a clever way to give it a beautiful and elegant look, so instead of adding elements you can use the empty space to strengthen the meaning of the design. About the Author Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Related Posts 460 shares Colorful Logos for Your Inspiration We’ve rounded up some examples of logo designs that make excellent use of color. Read More 499 shares 30 Free Vintage Logo Templates Looking for some high quality vintage logos or insignias?

After Effects CS4 Tutorials: 40 Creative Tips It has been almost six months since my last post on After Effects tutorials titled: AE Tutorials: 50 Superb Must Have Effects. Since then I have been scouring the web in search of fresh new Adobe After Effects CS4 tutorials for you to try out. I am confident that these 40 superb AE tutorials will guide you in creating some amazing motion graphics for your next project. Now the hard part will be deciding which of these amazing tutorials you will use in your next creation. Hope you enjoy! Want more articles on Motion Graphics? AE Tutorials: 50 Superb Must Have Effects Showreel: 40+ Stunning And Creative Examples After Effects Tutorial: 60+ Kick Ass Effects Cool Computer Animated Videos Motion Graphics: 40 Most beautiful and creative motion reels Create high-impact titles using multiple stroke FX Create high-impact titles using multiple stroke FX Mocha Corner Pin – Part 1 Mocha Corner Pin - Part 1 Mocha Corner Pin – Part 2 Mocha Corner Pin - Part 2 Silky Eye-Catching Graphic Opener

After Effects CS6 Tutorials: 40 Top Notch Visual Effects Tips In the last few months I have written a couple of posts about motion graphics. Although I have only dabbled in After Effects, it is still one of the things that intrigues me most. After Effects is a really cool software that allows you create vibrant motions graphics just like the movies. So if you are thinking of making a Hollywood Movie Title Series or just Creating An Awesome Teleportation Effect this post is a must see. Want more articles on Motion Graphics? After Effects Tutorials: 20 Hollywood Style Movie Title FX After Effects CS4 Tutorials: 40 Creative Tips AE Tutorials: 50 Superb Must Have Effects Showreel: 40+ Stunning And Creative Examples After Effects Tutorial: 60+ Kick Ass Effects Cool Computer Animated Videos Bottledship: Hit Or Miss, Hypno Pre-Compulator Still Wins Part 1 Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series – Real Steel Quick Tip – Using A Delay Expression This Logo Will Self Destruct In 5 Seconds Muted Color Grading And A Vintage Film Burn Using Fractal Noise The Portal

15 Awesome Free Fonts by paul0v2 Fri, 01/09/2009 - 14:25 Once again I went through Deviantart and found some great freebies, this time fonts, fonts that you may not even seen before and yes they are really good, check it out yourself, use and abuse them. I wanted to provide the link to download the fonts but I think it's better if you go to the authors page and download it from there, that way you can check out more stuff from the author and give him the credits deserved. To download click on the font you like and the download link will be in the menu on your left hand side. Fonce Sans Regular—Trial House M.D. Trashco ABC - Font Typeface Version 2 Contempory - Modern Font Simplistic Estrya's Handwriting Origram AB Exp fontHMG.01 Barnes

50 Excellent Adobe After Effects Tutorials Jan 07 2010 This post presents a round-up of Adobe After Effects Tutorials for your visual effects and motion graphics-related work. After Effects is getting popular as the industry of Computer Graphics and Digital Motion is growing. With After Effects, you have choice to generate dynamic and expressive motion graphics with truly stunning visual effects — very easily and quickly. After Effects Tutorials Glass OrbsIn this tutorial you will learn how to use After Effects to create shiny glass orbs in 3D and Create a spherical and reflection map from images. Jumbotron ColumnIn this extended tutorial learn how to identify the field order of footage and interpret it collectly; create a realistic Jumbotron-style look using CC Ball Action, Glow, Levels and Curves; turn the jumbotron into a 3D column mounted on grungy wire mesh using Zaxwerks 3D Layer Warps. Create a Sci-Fi Movie Title SequenceThis tutorial covers the creation of a space-like si-fi title sequence from scratch. P2.

After Effects Tutorials: 20 Hollywood Style Movie Title FX Although I have only dabbled in After Effects, it is still one of the things that intrigues me most. After Effects is a really cool software that allows you create vibrant motions graphics just like in the Hollywood motion pictures. In this post, I have rounded up a collection of very useful Adobe After Effects tutorials from around the web. These tutorials will serve as a stepping stone to creating your own Hollywood style movie title FX. Want more articles on Motion Graphics? After Effects CS4 Tutorials: 40 Creative Tips AE Tutorials: 50 Superb Must Have Effects Showreel: 40+ Stunning And Creative Examples After Effects Tutorial: 60+ Kick Ass Effects Cool Computer Animated Videos Hollywood Movie Title Series – Inception v1 The Dark Knight Rises Hollywood Movie Title Create The Amazing Spider-Man Title Sequence Entirely In After Effects The Avengers Hollywood Movie Title Hollywood Movie Titles Series: Tron CG Part Hollywood Movie Title Series – The Green Hornet Hollywood Movie Title Series – 300

60 Excellent Gadget Photoshop and Illustrator Tutorials Feb 08 2010 Designing your own (or redesigning existing) gadgets such as MP3 Players, Game Consoles and Computers is an incredible way to improve your general skills in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator (or any other design-related software package for that matter). You’re bound to pick up new skills every time, even if you’re considered an expert. The following round-up of tutorials consists of 60 great gadget tutorials. There is a selection of Photoshop and Illustrator tutorials so you can learn new tricks in two of the most used pieces of graphic software the world has ever seen. There are hours and hours worth of tutorials to read through, from creating your own custom MP3 player to redesigning the legendary Apple iPods, and designing retro game cartridges to photo-realistic high-definition LCD televisions — this post has it all! Audio Device Tutorials The following audio related tutorials consist of MP3 players and iPods, CD players, speakers, headphones and wires. Mobile Phone Tutorials

Converting Imported Vector Graphics from Illustrator to Shape Layers | Learn Creative Cloud Share this Episode Please select a language: Autoplay End of Video Show End Screen Default Quality Adjust your embed size below, then copy and paste the embed code above. Community Translation Episode available in 5 languages Available Translations: Join the Community Translation Project Thanks for your interest in translating this episode! Please Confirm Your Interest Thanks for your interest in adding translations to this episode! An error occurred while processing your request. Another translator has already started to translate this episode. Thanks for Participating! This episode has been assigned to you and you can expect an e-mail shortly containing all the information you need to get started. About This Episode In this video, you will see how to quickly convert vector graphics from Illustrator to shape layers and animate the paths in After Effects CS6. Produced By

100 Most Popular Photoshop Tutorials of 2009 - Photoshop Website 24.How to Create a Severed Arm in Photoshop 39.Create a Funky Perspective of a Model Riding Digital Volume 40.Space Explosion Photoshop Tutorial 66.Fantastic Digital Painting Image in Photoshop and Corel Painter Related Post 100 Most Popular Vector Illustrator Tutorials of 2009 Create an Animated Homage to Bruce Lee – Day 1 In this tutorial Markus walks us through the creation of a video accompaniment to Bruce Lee's 'Be Water' philosophy. It features vibrant motion typographic sub-titles, animated illustrations and clever camera techniques. The training will be split over 3 days for a total of 71 minutes of tutorial video. In day 1 of the training Markus designs and animates the typography for the video. This is Markus Gustafsson from aetuts.com and today I'm going to give you a complete walk through on how I make this Be Water movie. "Empty your mind. So, this tutorial is going to be divided into three parts. So let's begin. Here I see in the beginning there is no sound there so drag the layer to the left. [Plays audio] We're going to type out "Empty your mind and be formless". That looks good. [Plays audio] Let's pre-compose this as well. All right. We are going to reposition this. Let's add a background. We are going to choose a light brownish color. Drag the mind to our time line. Let's preview.

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