Posts Tagged ‘motion design’
In this video tutorial by Evan Abrams we take a look at the preproduction process for animation and examine the value of good storyboarding.
The Dailies project encourages artists to make new original art everyday and is a great way to boost your creativity. In the following article we talk to motion designer Will Fortanbary about his experience with the Dailies project.
Pinterest is known for fashion, architecture and food content, but there’s a growing number of filmmakers, motion designers and video pros using it for a different kind of inspiration. In this post we share a few of our favorite pro video Pinterest boards and accounts.
Understanding the basic principles of ‘good design’ will enable you to make better decisions about how you create your motion graphics and title work. In this post we share 7 fundamentals that EVERY motion designer should know.
This clever video project traces the history of Hollywood through minimalist motion design. A must watch!
Use the 32-bit color setting in After Effects for more than just color grading. We share a trick for getting brighter than white color using 32-bit and experiment with it to create unique effects!
In this video tutorial you’ll discover how to create a double exposure title sequence similar to the one in True Detectives.
Just in time for the Super Bowl, this explainer video breaks down the game of football using gorgeous animation. Well worth a watch!
Video editors, motion graphic artists or designers that uses Adobe now have access to tons of high quality fonts through TypeKit. In this post we show you how to access TypeKit and make the best use of this font resource.
Invest in your future by sharpening your skillset! In this post we present 5 of our favorite resources for top quality post production training.
This Twilight Zone style animation for After Effects is a great way to learn some new motion design fundamentals.
Our friend, CreativeDojo.net, is giving away a FREE glitch script for After Effects – great for giving your project a lo-fi or tech effect.