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  1. Hi peeps! I'm Josep Bernaus animator based in London. I'm glad to present you Another Slice. It's a collection of funny sketches of random situations to eat when your mind is rumbling. I created a website with all the sketches or "slices" as I call them Check it out http://anotherslice.tv/ I also start a crowdfunding campaign to produce more sketches, the link is in the website I hope you like it, and don't miss the making of on the website! Thanks for your time! Josep
  2. Does anyone have an idea on how these characters were created? http://www.ispot.tv/ad/74YY/payless-shoe-source-ready-for-the-playground It looks like something that could be achieved with Sketch & Toon. That being said, how do you think the characters were modeled in 3D? Just simple low poly base models with a simple rig? Also, how were the facial features done? An animated texture done in After Effects and projected on to the face? I need to create a similar look and had a few ideas about how the characters were achieved, but was wondering if I'm missing anything and how to go about it in the simplest way possible. Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
  3. Hi, new to After Effects. I'm more to graphic design and video editing, wish to explore motion graphics. I'm trying to get this effect: http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m3fdo7GBR71qet0epo1_500.gif Currently my only solution is to manually distort the stroke/path for 3 to 4 frames and loop it, but I think there are other ways to achieve this effect?
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