Ok so this is an icon for something I will be working on later, more simple stuff. but I've been learning AE for a day or so and I just wanted to share my progress. Ok nothing to see here.
8 months ago
Not sure about the grid background, but of course it's out of context so I can't really judge it that way.
The rest looks great, awesome animation.
@Alex I will tell you all the juicy details when I actually progress with this thing. This is literally all I have at the moment, (and like 4 pages of shitty wireframes but).
Whaaaaaaaaat. Was not expecting this to animate. Awesome.
What resources are you using to learn AE?
What @Jeremy Swinnen said. Also, nice work.
A good resource is www.videocopilot.net. How I learned. This is very simple but also fun! Cool!
/cc @Jeremy Swinnen @Bobby Giangeruso
Super nice. The spin speed is perfect!
@Jeremy Swinnen (I know I tweeted to you already but I might as well put it here) I'm literally just using the app and figuring things out as I go along. Best way to learn I think. @Bobby Giangeruso
@Prekesh Chavda Going to do the exact same thing this weekend :)
Nice and smooth animation :)
The spinning wheel bounce-in and ease-out-to-stop animation are very (well, not very, lol) abrupt. Perhaps work on those a bit more? But digging the icon and animation otherwise, man!
@Simon Gustavsson Definitely :3 thanks man
Really beautiful animation and work Prek!
You're good in animation bro!
@Aleksandar Djuric I'm trying to be! I still need lots of practice to do more complicated stuff, but right now im trying to get a hang of the basics so I can move on from there.
I likey! I want the juicey details on what this is for~
@Nicole Vandemosselaer no matter what I tell you, I can't *convert* you back to iOS :'(
You are one cool bastard Prekesh...
Buy me an iPhone and I'll think about it :P
@Nicole Vandemosselaer nickles pls
@Prekesh Chavda picklesplz
@Prekesh Chavda Also relevant: http://tinyurl.com/9j3tgz7
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