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Create A Motion Comic Tutorial Bundle

Create A Motion Comic Tutorial BundleCreate A Motion Comic


Create A Motion Comic Tutorial Bundle : 

Create A Motion Comic Pt 1: Adobe Photoshop :

Bring comic panels to life in this class covering Motion Comics!  We’ll be mostly using Adobe Photoshop to animate public domain comics from the 1950s Golden Age; we’ll also cover a bit of Adobe After Effects for more precise animation techniques.Create A Motion Comic Tutorial Bundle


Create A Motion Comic Pt 2: Adobe Character Animator :

Bring comic panels to life in this class covering Motion Comics!  In this section, we’ll be using Adobe Character Animator to animate the faces and mouths of comic characters using motion capture technology.  This gives us actual fully animated talking heads with physics like swinging hair and blinking eyes, all controlled by our own facial movements and lip synced sounds.

We’ll also cover designing our Character Animator puppets in Photoshop and bringing the scene into After Effects!

If you haven’t seen Pt. 1 of “Creating Motion Comics” I highly encourage you to check it out as it establishes what motion comics are, why they are a great animation alternative, and how to put together frame animation in Photoshop.Create A Motion Comic Tutorial Bundle


Create A Motion Comic Pt 3: Adobe After Effects :

elcome to another installment of my Motion Comics series, this time focusing on Adobe After Effects!

I’ll show you how I animate comic art using material pulled from public domain Golden Age comics.

If you want to see where I got the art and how I extracted it/ prepared it for animation, check out Part 1 of my Motion Comics series using Adobe Photoshop.

Part 2 used Adobe Character Animator, a function of of After Effects, to use motion capture technology to animate and voiceover a character with our own heads.

A few words about Adobe After Effects- this is a huge program with a ton of features and options.  In the same way Photoshop allows you to create virtually any image you can think of, After Effects lets you manipulate footage, still images like jpgs, graphics like Illustrator shapes, words, and sound all in one.  These combined elements are called “Compositions” in After Effects, and you can nest a composition within a composition, or have a sequence of compositions like any other video editor such as premiere or iMovie.

As complicated as After Effects looks, a lot of the basic elements of layers, transformations, opacity and pixel dimensions are no different than Adobe Photoshop.  We simply have the added element of time, which means a transformation can occur over a period of time- that’s the basics of motion pictures.  If you are completely new to After Effects and want to learn more after this class I highly recommend Jake Bartlett on Skillshare, who has a lengthy list of classes regarding the topic.

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