In today's tutorial I'm going to go through the entire process of creating an animation from a sketch on paper to the final render. I'll specifically be going through the workflow I used for my animation 'Nothing To Fear'. Let's jump in! :)
In this tutorial we'll look at:
- Creating and preparing drawn artwork in Photoshop for After Effects
- Planning out the animation and storyboarding
- Creating an animatic
- Workflow and shortcut tips
- Using simple expressions such as 'wiggle' and 'loop' in After Effects
- Grading in After Effects
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