How to create a video project from start to finish
Think creative about your project
Start creating animations immediately
All the Useful Techniques used in After Effects for a smooth Character Animation
You will be confident in your skills even if you're a beginner
Export high quality videos like .MP4 and .MOV
And also how to export .GIF for web
You need to have Adobe After Effects installed in your computer. We'll be using the Creative Cloud version, but if you have previous version it is still ok. You can do the same project in older version in After Effects also.
This course is perfect for all levels. But if you're beginner you can follow along throught the process and learn everything one step at a time.
Hey let me show you that character animation in After Effects doesn't have to be hard and complex.
This is the most fun and simple course on Character Animation in the whole internet :)
Come and see for yourself!
You will learn how to import characters previously created in Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator to After Effects. From then you will learn how to rig the characters so it can move, blink, walk and be ready for animation. You than will know how to create a smooth walking character ready for professional production.
Throught the process you'll learn all the technical aspects in After Effects like: - Composition - Layers - Work Area - Time Remapping - Key Frames - Parenting - Export for the Web
And Also What it takes to create a smooth 2D Walking Character like: - Proper Staging - Pose to Pose - Preparation - Sense of weight - Dynamics - And much more
The Fun is guaranteed!Come and learn a skill for life :)
Who this course is for:
Beginners who want to learn about Composition, Work Area, Layers, Parenting, Key Frames and Motion Graphics
Animators who want to learn how to create Smooth Walking Character In After Effects
Motion graphics artists and graphic designers
Explainer Video Professionals
Rating: 4.5 out of 52 years ago
Fun, fast course. Only suggestion is to expand your course to add a small interaction between the girl and male character developed in the first course. Something simple. For example; using the tent scene you've already created as a background, have the gentlemen on scene in the foreground with an active campfire complete with smoke. Girl walks on scene and ask "How did you like my course?" Boy responses "Great!". Girl says "Long day. Let's turn in." Fade scene.