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    Creating a Handmade Look in After Effects 01: Paper Cutout and Stop Motion Styles With Owen Lowery
    Size: 330MB | Duration: 1h 36m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
    Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English​

    Want to mimic the handmade paper cutout and stop-motion style of Monty Python or early South Park in your motion graphics? This course shows how to replicate this DIY aesthetic in After Effects, using design and animation techniques that result in a dirty, textured, and imperfect style that is well suited for music videos and show openers, like the one featured in this course for the band Oh No, Robots!Mograph artist Owen Lowery shows how to build the text and image elements, add texture, and then animate the graphics for a stop-motion look. The lessons demonstrate how versatile Adobe After Effects' tools can be when you stretch them beyond their traditional uses and employ some creative problem solving. Members are encouraged to experiment and adapt the techniques shown to other styles and projects.

    Topics include:
    * Adjusting composition settings
    * Designing shape layers in a cutout style
    * Creating a paper-like texture
    * Building cutout type
    * Animating elements for a stop-motion look
    * Adding imperfection and randomness with wiggle expressions


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