Motion Secrets with Emanuele Colombo : Learn the secrets of the workflow of one of the world’s best motion designers. Fluid animation, unexpected transitions, superb character animation tips and tricks, and a lot of source files to dig in.
What is this course about?
If you love motion design and don’t live on another planet, there is a good chance that you know Emanuele Colombo’s work. Fluid movements, superb character animation, unexpected transitions, groundbreaking animation techniques and a strong sense of storytelling are some of the traits that made Emanuele one of the giants of the community, and many of his works are real milestones of motion design history.
In this course, Emanuele will show us what’s behind his unique style.
Starting from a quick overview of the principles of animation, you will move on to discover some of his tips and tricks to immediately speed up your workflow, improve the fluidity of your animations and the quality of your character animation, and to create spectacular transitions. You will learn how to come up with original ideas that will make your work unique and to improve the storytelling of your videos.
What will I learn in Motion Secrets?
Let’s start from the basics
In this first lesson, we’ll get started in the world of motion design by presenting and explaining the principles of animation. We’ll go through each of the 12 principles, exposing their intention and reviewing several videos and animations where they are and can be applied. In the second chapter, we’ll get right into action by profounding some of these principles and understanding how we can apply them in After Effects, with the help of some handy shapes, expressions and a few keyframes.
The illusion of life, applied
Over this second lesson, we’ll be practicing and applying what we learned about the principles of animation to 3 different scenes, each built with several geometric shapes. The goal of these exercises is to consolidate the principles and understand the effect they can bring to various types of scenes, even when we’re dealing with basic elements and simple shapes.
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