3D animation is usually linked to 3D animation programs such as Maya or Cinema 4D, although this depth effect can be created with other softwares. The illustrator and animator Moncho Massé uses Adobe After Effects to create his funny animations to which he often adds a three-dimensional effect.
Yes in the course Animation and design of characters in After Effects Moncho taught you to tell stories through small animations, this will teach you to give depth to your animations through the so-called ‘false 3D’, a series of techniques in Adobe After Effects that will serve to create three-dimensional pieces with a focus different. You will learn all your process to rotate objects or icons to create your own character, which you will export in a format ready to share with the world.
Who is it for?
Designers, illustrators, animators and anyone who enjoys working with After Effects and wants to take a leap of quality learning techniques to give volume and a three-dimensional feel to their animations in a simple way.
What you need
It is not necessary to have knowledge of After Effects, since Moncho will explain the exercises from scratch. In the same way, you can follow the course optimally if you have previous knowledge of the software.
With respect to the materials you will need a computer in which you must have Adobe After Effects installed.
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