Animating an illustrated object: bringing life to the static Premium class

Richard Bolland, Animation | Illustration | Motion Graphics

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8 Videos (53m)
    • Overview of project

    • About Studio Bolland

    • Finding References

    • Creating an object in Illustator

    • Finishing your illustration.

    • Preparing & Importing into After Effects

    • Animating in After Effects

    • Rendering and making a gif


About This Class

Explore how illustrator and animator Richard Bolland brings motion, weight, and energy into every project he touches. In this 53-minute class, you’ll learn his step-by-step process for creating motion ready objects and bring them to life — the process behind how Studio Bolland creates all their work—as well as a range of insider insights on creativity, tips and tricks, and the power of motion. This class is perfect for motion designers, illustrators, and everyone who loves making things move. Some prior knowledge or experience will be helpful! By the end, you’ll have everything you need to dream, create, and share your own motion animation.

23 of 25 students recommendSee All

Good info here. I'm familiar with illustrator but have never opened After Effects so I thought the first part of the class was nothing new and the second part went by way too quick. I should take some AE tutorials first to know what's going on. I think if you have familiarity with the tools this will help show you how to get the pieces together.
Great tutorial that will guide you through the process of animation from start to finish.
Short and crisp. The video quality could have been better.





Richard Bolland

Animation | Illustration | Motion Graphics

Hello, we are called Studio Bolland. A small but dedicated team of passionate illustrators and motion designers. We work with both local and international clients on various creative outlets: Animated explainer videos, TV commercials, web videos, illustrations, cartoons, corporate identities, logos, animated gifs and the list goes on...