OMG. This is it. Day 30.
This video talks about using Stop Motion animation in conjunction with After Effects. Stop Motion is a HUGE topic that we barely scratch here, but I really wanted to open your eyes to the power of mixed-media animation. You can really achieve some amazing looks by mixing real stuff, stop-motion, and standard After Effects animation.
You’ll get a little peak into the world of Dragon Frame, and then we’ll combine an element I shot with a comp I created in After Effects. We’ll tie the 2 together, add some synthetic motion blur, and be on our merry way.
And that, folks, is a wrap. This is not the end, this is the beginning. I’m so excited to keep sharing with you all, and the content train is not stopping. Peace and love.
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