Animated Motion Graphics - Liquid Text Animation in After Effects!
- 1x (Normal)
Select Font & Color2:37
Outline & Separate Shapes3:49
STEP 1. Create the Mask Composition3:39
STEP 2. Work with the Stroke4:33
STEP 3. Add the Adjustment Layer4:53
See It One More Time5:59
Precompose for Better Results5:35
Fine Touch at the End6:10
Showcase a ready GIF / Screenshot2:22
About This Class
In this class I want to show you a quick and effective workflow allowing you to make an amazing looking liquidy-displaced text animation. You could compare it to a paint bucket which would be spilled over text with random colors and made it complete. This animation can be great for any kind of youtube video, text animation, logo intro and more! During the class you will learn essential After Effects techniques as well as advanced tricks on how to top-up and make any animation a little more interesting. You will work with Track Mattes, Outlining, Shape Layers, the Pen Tool, Effects, Keyframes...so it's action-packed material!
The class doesn't require any prior knowledge and will let you dive straight into motion graphic design and teach you valuable skills and keyboard shortcuts along the way!
Some of the amazing fun stuff we will touch on:
- On-Trend design animations
- Working with shape layers
- After Effects keyboard shortcuts
- Using keyframes for animation build-ups.
- Working with several effects on our layers and compositions
- How to utilize precomposing for design, grouping and sorting
- ...and many many more!
I'm ready if you are - let's dive intro Adobe After Effects and start the work...Enroll now!
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I've never opened AE before today, but this tutorial helped me turn a bit of vector lettering into an animation in an hour. Lovely style of presenting and teaching.
Loves history, good typesetting, and puppies.
Hi! My name is Andrzej Pach, more known as 'Nigel'. I am an After Effects / PowerPoint / video / graphic design junkie eager to teach people how to utilize their yet uncovered raw design talent! Here on skillshare I would like to share interesting, project-based classes which will make your design workflow a greater experience.