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After EffectsPhotoshopIllustrator
What Are Animatics, and Why Are They Important?

It's fun to just jump into a project, but using animatics will save you time and frustration, and set you up for a better finished product!

Cinema 4DAfter Effects
Quadruped Anatomy for Animators

Learn the ins and outs of rigging a variety of quadrupeds in After Effects and Cinema 4D!

After Effects
How to Stretch and Smear Text

Get ready to learn one of the industry's hottest new trends: Stretching and Smearing text!

After Effects
Five After Effects Tools You Never Use...But You Should

Learn about 5 tools native to After Effects that you really ought to use!

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After EffectsCinema 4DIllustratorPhotoshopPremiere Pro
The Ten Best Videos To Kickstart Your MoGraph Creativity

Ten incredible videos aimed at kickstarting your creative process.

Cinema 4D
Texturing with UVs in Cinema 4D

Gain control over your materials and learn to texture with UVs in Cinema 4D S22!

Cinema 4D
The Top New Features in Cinema 4D S22

Our first look at the top new features in Cinema 4D S22!

After EffectsCinema 4D
MoGraph Project Unboxing: Bumble from Bullpen

Explore the Cinema 4D and After Effect project files from the animated short film, "Bumble", from Bullpen. It's a MoGraph Unboxing!

After Effects
Five Amazing After Effects Tools

Learn how professionals work faster in After Effects with these 5 tools.

PhotoshopCinema 4D
How to Make Seamless Textures for Cinema 4D

Learn several Photoshop techniques to make seamless textures from any image, even iPhone photos, for use in Cinema 4D.

Photoshop
How to Add Texture to your Designs in Photoshop

Learn how to use masks, brushes, and images to add texture to your designs in Photoshop

After Effects
Animation 101: Follow-Through in After Effects

Learn an easy, powerful technique for using the animation principle of follow-through in your After Effects work.