After Effects Tutorial: Easy 2D Animation

After Effects Tutorial: Easy 2D Animation

A simple tutorial on create a 2D scene in After Effects. I will be posting the design portion of this video soon. Also I will be creating an advanced series on 2D animation in about a month.

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  1. sharif ajmir
    sharif ajmir dit :

    which resolution setting for after effect 2d animation from illustrator. because when i use camera zoom my animation character is cracking. what can i Do please help.

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  2. Jahan Zaib
    Jahan Zaib dit :

    Hi dear when you design logo animation and white board animation tutorials kindly make professional logo and whiteboard animation tutorials i want to learn these 2

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  3. sybsk3tch book
    sybsk3tch book dit :

    Hello sir, I am a fan of your work and you did such an amazing job making your series.
    I want to ask if someone ask to make an animation from you, how would you price your work? Is it per hour or the finished product?

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  4. madani areej
    madani areej dit :

    hi

    i think your channel is one of the best channels about motion graphics but you very quick and u use shortcuts a lot without mention what u use and what u describe is exactly what i want to learn about motion graph but i find it difficult
    just if u describe a little bit slowly and mention what u do in the keyboard special when u move an object

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  5. Swag Happy
    Swag Happy dit :

    Hi, when I move the hand of my character, the body is affected too. What type of file do you need to save your character as ? Thanks !

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