Illustrator to After Effects: Field Manual Part 2
But wait, there’s more!?!
That’s right, just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be any more information about bringing a file from Illustrator into After Effects; we bring you part two.
This time we’ll be going though a more complicated Illustrator file than in lesson one and how we can set it up in Illlustrator to be animation ready. Along the way we’ll go over some neat little tips and tricks that might make your life easier some day.
Warning: This is not you’re average vector file, it’s full of little traps and things that you didn’t know would break when need to convert to an After Effects shape layer. We’ll tackle blend modes, dashed lines, raster effects, and so much more.
If you liked this series please share it! Thanks for watching!
If you have any questions, click over to the Q&A tab to post them. Other students can answer you, and we'll put our team on the case to try and get you a solution ASAP.
The zip file cannot be opened. I'm seeing a .x-zip-compressed extension to the file. Please help.
Thanks for the heads up! I just replaced the file with a version with the regular .ZIP extension.