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Learn how to use Trapcode Form to create a stylistic and dynamic Spider Web. This tutorial will show you how to “think outside the box” when it comes to using plug-ins to get away from that “preset” look.
About James Schofield
I have lived in sydney, australia for the last 10 years though I'm back in the uk for a couple of years to start up my company, sidekick and various other entrepreneurial efforts, all design related. I have been working as a design director for the last 9 years working mainly in After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator. I started my career working in print and fell into motion graphics purely by accident. I design, direct and create tv commercials, packages for award ceremonies and high profile events.+ Expand Bio- Collapse Bio
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