Top 5 AFTER EFFECTS Tutorials in July 2021
Every month, After Effects Beginner shares the top five tutorials. Watch a roundup of the best tutorials featured in the July 2021 edition. After that, watch the full tutorials. Be sure to check out the After Effects Beginner website. They share some great stuff for both beginners and for the more seasoned AE users.
Tutorial 01 – 3 VFX From Loki That You Should(n’t) Try At Home
First, Ignace Aleya creates three effects based on the new Marvel show Loki.
Tutorial 02 – Offset & Animated Textures
Jake In Motion teaches us how to animate and offset textures.
Tutorial 03 – Panoramic Transitions Tutorial
In brief, Smertimba Graphics walks us through a really cool panoramic transition.
Tutorial 04 – Move an Object along a Path
In short, Manuel Does Motion gives a brilliant quick tip. Learn how to move an object along a path.
Tutorial 05 – Tapered Strokes (and Wavy Strokes!)
C.M de la Vega rounds out the top 5 with his Strokes tutorial. To summarize, he breaks down and recreates some really cool VFX we see in Instagram edits.
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