Working with layered type can be tricky sometimes, especially if you want to create more custom and interesting looks. By linking up the source text attribute, you can control layered text with one master text layer. Check out the video to learn more and to also see some of the pitfalls when working with this set up to avoid them in your project.
Camera Shakes are a great way to add some impact to your scenes and give not only your scene but objects a sense of weight as well. Learn how to combine the wiggle expression with sliders to gain control of your camera.
Do you get tired of files not opening in a specific program? Check this out to set up a target program to open not only a specific file, but also how to change all things with an extension to open with an assigned program. In this case we look at .OBJ files and how to get them to open into C4D instead of the default Photoshop (in this case).
Everyone enjoys custom content, so learn how to create your own ringtones and tones in Garage band.
Piggy-backing off of our last After Effects video, we combine the double sided card with multiple panels to create a blind effect without using the Venetian Blinds Effect within After Effects.
When working in Premiere there are multiple instances where you are working with multiple files, adding motion graphics and even sound effects. Help stay organized by using a color coding system and know exactly where files are located and which ones need to be changed out.
I was recently checking out one of my favorite forums cgsociety.org and one of the users had a question about how to create a double-sided plane in After Effects. It was one of the first things I wanted to do when I first started in After Effects and thought it would make for a fun video.
Organization is often looked over in the world of training videos and how-to websites. It’s something that is rarely discussed but it constantly evolves throughout our careers as artists. Today I provide you a glimpse of how I work and what I do to stay organized.
Welcome to Reanimated Fallout, I am Chris Biewer a motion graphics artist from South Dakota (yes animators exist in the midwest and we don’t ride in covered wagons either). I want to give you a brief overview of things to come on the site and why I started this website in the first place.