Advanced Animation for Typographic Compositions : Do you want to achieve spectacular results with your typographic animations? In this course, you’ll learn the key aspects to give expressive strength to your letters like you’ve never seen them before. Holke79, motion designer with over ten years of experience and clients like La Sexta, El Deseo, Movistar+, or Saffron, guides you through his expert technique.
Learn the technical and theoretical methods to push your kinetic typography skills to the next level, with Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects, creating an animated poster as a tribute to your favorite band, festival, or genre.
This is Holke79’s third course—and his most advanced—on Domestika. If you have no previous experience working with the software or type of project, we recommend taking his previous courses first:
Introduction to Motion Design and Animation Curves in After Effects and Animation for Typographic Compositions .
Meet Borja, who tells you about his career, from graphic design to specializing in motion design, and his love for music. He shows you some examples of experimental typographic design, type foundries, and some of his sources of inspiration.
Start with different animation exercises to learn the basic techniques and some tricks that you will use throughout your project, first with Adobe After Effects, and then with Cinema 4D, to experiment with all the possibilities it offers.
Work on practical exercises to animate typography in 3D using Cinema 4D. Play with gravity, create repetitions, and every type of deformation with typography. Work with an incredible online animation library to give movement to your texts.
Once you’ve learned the technique, start creating your animated typographic composition to pay tribute to your favorite artist, band, festival, or music genre. Once you’ve finished, Borja gives you some advice on how to adapt your work to different formats for social media.
When you’ve finished the course, you’ll have gone from animating typography, to experimenting while animating typography to find your own style as a motion designer.
What is this course’s project?
Create a poster where the main title moves to the rhythm of the music you choose.
Who is it for?
For typography animation enthusiasts who have previous knowledge in animating typographies and want to keep exploring within After Effects and Cinema 4D to achieve stellar results.
What you need
You need basic graphic design skills and a good understanding of how Adobe After Effects and Cinema 4D work.
As for materials, you will need a computer with Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects installed.
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