Welcome to Reanimated Fallout, I am Chris Biewer a motion graphics artist from South Dakota (yes animators exist in the midwest and we don't ride in covered wagons either). I want to give you a brief overview of things to come on the site and why I started this website in the first place. I'm glad you could stop by and feel free to check out http://reanimatedfallout.com for more.
Organization is often looked over in the world of training videos and how-to websites. It's something that is rarely discussed but it constantly evolves throughout our careers as artists. Today I provide you a glimpse of how I work and what I do to stay organized. Check out http://reanimatedfallout.com for more.
I was recently checking out one of my favorite forums http://www.cgsociety.org and one of the users had a question about how to create a double-sided plane in After Effects. It was one of the first things I wanted to do when I first started in After Effects and thought it would make for a fun video. Check out http://reanimatedfallout.com for more.
When working in Premiere there are multiple instances where you are working with multiple files, adding motion graphics and even sound effects. Help stay organized by using a color coding system and know exactly where files are located and which ones need to be changed out. Check out reanimatedfallout.com for more.
Piggy-backing off of our last After Effects video, we combine the double sided card with multiple panels to create a blind effect without using the Venetian Blinds Effect within After Effects. Check out http://reanimatedfallout.com for more.