This tutorial will cover the 'liquidation' of the guard from 0:27 of the preview video.
You can't just go and shoot a film without knowing anything about the visual effects. You have to know exactly how you want the effects to look like. Especially when the order of filming matters. In this tutorial we will cover a case where the order of filming is extremely important.
We will make stock footage on set and composite that in the plate. We will use a technique to composite stock-footage with background into the plate. Then we go using displacement maps. The key to selling the effect.
In the end we will learn a method to make an unnoticeable transition between two shots, very exciting. I have never seen any water effect like this made in After Effects so it will be a lot of fun!
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