Category Archives: Time-Based
This was my first time using motion tracking in Adobe After Effects and it was fairly easy. I started by creating a null object (you can do this later but it doesn’t matter doing it early). Open the tracking tab … Continue reading
This is a warmup exercise using the puppet pin tool in Adobe After Effects. The octopus was originally in one layer with the background so I brought it into Photoshop. I selected the octopus and cut it out and filled … Continue reading
For this project, my partner and I created an animation showcasing the font Baskerville using the programs Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, and Premiere to create our final product.
The video below is a little cartoon rocket ship flying through space. I created it in Adobe After Effects as a warm up exercise. The background, ship, and flames are all separate files. I brought them all into one composition. The … Continue reading
The screenshot above is a patch for my first thresh video. It’s easy to just copy the code but what does it actually do? I’m going to simply break that down. Probably the most important object in this code is … Continue reading
This is my revised countdown. The colors are changed, some animation is switched around, and there is now a light.
This is my countdown animation using Adobe After Effects.