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Tutorial: Video Game Style | 8-Bit Color Cycling in After Effects

By Joey Korenman
After Effects

Here's how to create a video game style color cycling.

You will constantly have to figure out ways to pull off new looks, to be more efficient, and to achieve your creative vision, and this tutorial is meant to show you how to think of After Effects as a tool to do just that. While this technique may seem very specific on the surface, you'll learn some practical tips on how to start thinking in the language of After Effects so you can bring all of your creative visions to life. Or maybe you just think that the 8-bit video game look is just cool and want to use it in your work. Either way, you'll get something out of this lesson.

Download the 8-bit color cycling project file for After Effects.

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