Finally started learning After Effects. If anyone has any AE tips, please let me know.
7 months ago
Sweet start matthew!
@Adrien Olczak - Thanks man :)
Can you share the process for this? Did you make the vectors and texture in Ai or Ps?
@Robert Williams - Yeah, the clouds are going to fast especially.
@Eli Schiff - Sure. I made the background and objects in PS, exported them as PNG's and then imported then into AE.
Very cool. Thanks!
I use after effects, my favourite program. You'll love it!
yeh everything seems pretty fast but its looking nice though. Would be nicer to have a little transition out (maybe masking the lines) instead of fading out.
@Matthew Skiles been using AEP for a long while so if you got any questions feel free to hit me up.
two quick tips I can offer here.
1. there are tool tips that pop up when you first open AEP leave those on I learned just about all my keyboard shortcuts from those and recommend you leave those on forever!
2. if you ever animated in flash just the options to overlap two different layer attributes will make you envious that flash never had this toolset. Sometimes when animating multiple items on the stage overlapping their timing can help increase the co-hesiveness of an animation so it doesn't feel like its "this" + "this" + "this" movements or transitions strung end to end. remember to play and ask questions.
Thanks guys :)
@Oliver Sin - Yeah, I'm planning on adding lot's more to the scene, I just faded it out for this shot :)
@Drew Matthews - Cool, thanks.
Not the most elegant site in the world, but it has excellent content in AE tuts, most of 'em free. I was broadcast designer for FOX and NBC television for years, don't miss TV, I do miss AE a bit. However, I'm very glad to be designing sites and writing front-end code. Also check out Adobe Edge Animate, a lot like AE but spits out web standards (HTML5, CSS3) - - Good luck! http://html.adobe.com/edge/animate/
6 months ago
I like this style :-)
4 months ago
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