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  1. Today we'll be using Adobe After Effects to create a 2D/3D Parallax animation. You'll learn some useful techniques. I'm happy to help if you've got questions. Example: Tutorial: ----------------------------------------­­--------------- // Follow and contact me here // ----------------------------------------­­--------------- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/motionvolt Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/MotionVolt ----------------------------------------­­--------------- // Follow and contact me here // ----------------------------------------­­--------------- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/motionvolt Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/MotionVolt
  2. Hi guys! I just finished an animated teaser and wanted to share it with you, to see what your reactions and thoughts are. This is a personal animation project, tribute to the graphic novel Luna Park. I fell in love with the comic when I read it the first time, specially of the particular drawing style of Danijel Zezelj. The idea was to create a sort of teaser or trailer of the novel, using a selection of its own frames. It was a long process, editing every shot in Photoshop, cutting out every element and painting the empty spaces left behind, trying to keep a style consistent with the original work. Then it was a matter of joining all the elements inside After Effects, re-building every composition and bringing them to life, animating elements, using cameras to play with the parallax and adding some atmosphere with subtle light and particles effects. And this is the final result: LUNA PARK [Teaser] I'd love to know what do you guys think about it, what would you have done different, what could be improved... Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks a lot! Ernex Motion Graphics Designer / Art Director www.ernex.es
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