After Effects Title Sequence for advanced beginners | Ashley Hills | Skillshare

After Effects Title Sequence for advanced beginners

Ashley Hills

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11 Videos (2h 17m)
    • Introduction

      1:14
    • PART 1 SCENE BUILD MAIN RENDER

      19:13
    • PART 2 INK TRANSITIONS MAIN RENDER

      9:11
    • -03 Photoframes NO GREEN

      9:36
    • PART 4 ADDING IMAGES

      6:59
    • PART 5 PICTURES FALL 1 FINAL

      14:27
    • PART 6 PICTURES FALL 2 FINAL

      15:13
    • PART 7 PICTURES FALL 3 FINAL

      6:55
    • PART 8 CLOSE UPS 1 FINAL

      15:53
    • PART 9 FLASH TRANSITIONS FINAL

      14:42
    • PART 10 ADDING TITLES FINAL

      23:25

About This Class

Motion graphics is part of my everyday working life and in this After Effects tutorial I will be sharing some of my workflow practices.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create a dark and rainy motion graphics title sequence using After Effects and a little bit of Photoshop.

The easy going, step-by-step, walk through pace of this tutorial is ideal for advanced beginners who have already completed a few motion graphics courses and now have basic After Effects knowledge and skills.

If you feel ready to take your After Effects skills to the next step and move onto making your own motion graphics title sequence then this course will be a great place to start.

Throughout this After Effects tutorial you will develop further understanding of 

  • 3D Space 
  • working with multiple pre-comps inside your scenes
  • creating rain using the built in particle system 
  • scene and text transitions 
  • filters that improve the atmosphere of your scene
  • Problem solving

 

(Note: Recorded on an iMac so on-screen short cuts are for mac but PC users can still follow along. After effects cc 2018 was used.
  I also used a Wacom Tablet. Preview music not included)

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