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Creating a Handmade Look in After Effects: 3 Compositing and Reusing Elements

Course Summary

So you've gone to a lot of hard work to create amazing, handmade motion graphics. Now learn how to reuse and add new life to what you've done. This After Effects training course is the third part in Owen Lowery's series, designed for mograph artists who want a more handmade, DIY aesthetic—without giving up their digital toolset. In this installment, you'll learn how to take existing assets, isolate and save out individual elements, "dirty" them up, and composite them in a single cohesive look. Owen will even assign you a challenge away from the computer that will result in a grungy texture all your own. Start watching and learn how versatile the Adobe After Effects tools can be when you stretch them beyond their traditional uses and employ some creative problem solving.Want to create the lo-fi mograph effects seen in this course? Check out Creating a Handmade Look in After Effects 02: Design and Animation.


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    Course Syllabus

    1. Saving Presets and Repurposing Design Elements
    2. Compositing Effects
    3. Custom Flicker and Vignette
    4. Creating a Custom Grunge Loop
    5. Creating an All-in-One Composite Composition
    6. Finishing Imperfections
    7. Exporting for Editing and Sharing
    Conclusion


Course Fee:
USD 19.99

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Digital Media & Games Community

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