Posts Tagged ‘motion graphics’
Combine multiple text animators in After Effects to create overshoot for a great-looking organic animation! Text animators in After Effects are awesome. They allow you to have great, complex text animations while being able to make easy modifications to the text’s content. Here’s how to make one of my favorite quick animations: 3D flip down
Charts and graphs can sometime be a pain to create and animate in After Effects, especially pie charts. This very simple, quick method gets the numbers exact while allowing huge flexibly.
Look under the hood of an impressive motion graphic video – check out this recent reel with corresponding project files.
In this exclusive After Effects tutorial we show you a quick technique for creating an animated hipster badge in Adobe After Effects.
The Rectangle and Pen Tool can create both masks and shape layers in Adobe After Effects. In this post we break down the basics to get the most out of these tools.
Add punch to your video editing projects without breaking the bank. In this post, we bring you our favorite plugins and effects for After Effects and Cinema 4D.
In this tutorial we share a cool technique for creating looping frame animations using Photoshop and After Effects.
Organizing your projects is an quick way to make your workflow easier. In the following video by Motion Revolver you’ll learn a few tricks for better organizing your After Effects projects.
In the following video tutorial by Evan Abrams, you’ll discover how to import and utilize Illustrator files in After Effects.
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!