Put your own Graphics in a Game Boy Screen with After Effects Free class

Christopher Bentley, Corporate Video Production

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7 Videos (22m)
    • Lesson 01 What are we doing

      2:06
    • Lesson 02 Filming your Scene

      2:42
    • Lesson 04 Importing all the Footage

      3:46
    • Lesson 03 Recording your PC Screen

      1:59
    • Lesson 05 Preparing the Screen

      5:31
    • Lesson 06 Final Effects

      4:19
    • Lesson 07 Wrap Up

      1:07

About This Class

Need an interesting way to spread information on social or show something off? We'll be covering how to create your own Game Boy style screen-swaps!

It's an effect I've used previously in game reviews to make them stand-out, but if you're developing your own 'retro-inspired' games and need a way to promote them, or you want to promote a digital event/workshop/class to a tech-minded audience or you just want to start doing cool things on social media.

You can get all the resources you need to complete the course from our website; http://www.bootgum.com/2016/06/28/retro-screen-swap-skillshare-course-resources/

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Chris has a really clear and upbeat presentation style. His instructions are easy to follow.
Kelly Newbery

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Christopher Bentley

Corporate Video Production

Corporate Video Producer with over a decade experience in producing effective video content for Web and TV. Starting to branch out with Bootgum, a website devoted to bringing affordable video to businesses at any level. 

Personally I love bringing an, 'in-your-face' 90's aesthetic to my personal project and playing with vibrant lighting setups and After Effects.