Create Animations with Shapes and Gradients in After Effects

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A brief description

When I first tried to use shape layers in After Effects to make fun animations, I was completely confused. How did they do this, and how did they plan their shots?

I learned some effective workflow tips to help me build this data-driven detail graphic over footage after several years on the job, and now you can too. I’ll go through a couple of key workflow principles like dealing with form textures, using expressions, and creating fun type to show you how to make four different styles of animations in After Effects.

You’ll have a library of materials to re-use at the end of the course, as well as four very different, common, and trendy animation examples to use in your portfolio to help you get paid jobs.

In addition, I will be including my working project files as a downloadable resource during the course.

I’m rooting for you to excel. If you have any concerns, please contact me via the course’s Q&A site. Any questions you may have, I’d be happy to answer.

Allow me to assist you in mastering after effects animation and design by enrolling now using the red button on the right.

This course is intended for the following individuals:

designers of motion pictures
students animators motion graphics artists
Artists who work with After Effects

 

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