The final part of the growing vines tutorial! Here for your enjoyment. Hopefully you will be able to create some sexy stylish looking vine growth for your videos now. Don’t be scared to have a go then post it as a response to my video, I’d love to see what you guys come up with!
This is the second part of the tutorial where we get into the nitty gritty of After Effects! You can really see the benefit of using the groups in PhotoShop and doing all the preparation when you import into After Effects. Then using the Write-on tool I will show you how to quickly and simply animate the vines.
This is the first part of the tutorial for the Growing vine animation I’ve made! OK It’s a little in depth with Photoshop and not much After Effects but it’s it makes it a lot easier on you in After Effects if you can get the starting file in place. There are also a few cool little tricks I’ve learnt while doing this. When you create a folder in Photoshop and import the .PSD (PhotoShop Document) into After Effects it makes the folders compositions! How about that for connivence?
Working on Part 2 now, should be out later this week if not tomorrow!
In this tutorial I show you how to make a cool Matrix style colour tint effect which will make all your movies moody, dynamic and cool guaranteed! (Well kinda) It’s a really simple and very effective technique of adding a professional look to our videos to get awesome results with minimal effort. It doesn’t take any fancy 3rd party magic effect presets it’s just using what After Effects comes with (like all my tutorials).
I hope you enjoy this tutorial and use it to add some coolness to your videos! :3
I’ve been working a Sin City style video effects which makes one colour stand out and the rest of teh video black and white. This tutorial shows the technique I found most effective. There’s some simple masking involved and the use of some cool video effects. It’s not hard to follow and it’s very effective, give it a go with one of your videos and see what you can make!
BTW I do all my own stunts as well as effects /flex
This is a cool little effect I’ve seen done all over the palace and a LOT in small flash adverts usually for computer games like Dragon Age, World of Warcraft or some similar RPG/MMO. I’ve seen it before on TV and it when done really well it can make your head go “whhooaa” Like your Keanu Reaves and you’ve just seen something cool.
This is also a cool little introduction to the world of cameras! Cameras can make some cool dynamic effects and this tutorial is an easy way to learn the basics!