I think at some point everybody has enjoyed trying to point out shapes of animals or other random things while looking up at the clouds. Well today you get to decide what that cloud shape will be! Without using any 3rd Party Plug-ins, I'm going to show you guys a simple way create clouds from shapes, text, a logo... anything you want! In this tutorial the main focus will be on track mattes and working with masks.
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