Motion Graphics

Create An Infographic Typography Animation


In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to create a Infographic Animation with graphs in the common typography style. I also talk about some of the theory and the ways to make this look more unique. We'll also do a lot of keyframing and motion graph editing. Enjoy!


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