After Effects Tutorial: 2D SNOW GLOBE – Christmas Motion Graphics

After Effects Tutorial: 2D SNOW GLOBE – Christmas Motion Graphics

In a continuing series for christmas and winter town motion graphics, in this After Effects tutorial we will create a 2D snow globe animation. Setting up a scene like this requires a bit of thinking. To create a 2d snow globe, we start off with our christmas motion graphics from the previous tutorial. Then we seperate all of the our elements into 3D space and design the snow globe. Once those task are done, we have ourselves a pretty cool animation in AE!

Watch how to create a winter town:

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Suggested After Effects Tutorials:
Christmas 3D Snow World: https://youtu.be/sBgrIJt1mjA
Particle Christmas Tree: https://youtu.be/H2WVNvOK68o
Create Fireworks: https://youtu.be/hrchdAn_o_Q
Winter Town Animation: https://youtu.be/9qYwnAxfcXM
Particle Reveal Along a Path: https://youtu.be/81oz2rtAtYk
Flip Text Chart: https://youtu.be/lO54j6So7dA

15 replies
  1. Bobby Sammarco
    Bobby Sammarco says:

    for real bro, you don’t have enough subscribers. Your content and teaching style are better than a lot of people out there. Thank you for your dedication.

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  2. Kaylin M.
    Kaylin M. says:

    Hi! I am a college student and have been working on creating this snowglobe. When I get to the opacity party so that the picture is in full color, mine does not go to full color even though the content says that it is at full opacity. I have redone this several times now seeing if I had missed a step and I can’t figure out what is happening. Do you by chance have a suggestion?

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