This tutorial demonstrates how to use the Liquefy Effect in After Effects to create subtle head turns and facial expressions.
In the fifth installment of our 10 part series, After Effects expert Mikey Borup shows everything there is to know about shape layers.
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Lesson 1: Welcome to After Effects http://bit.ly/pb-ae1
Lesson 2: Precomps, Parenting, & Expressions http://bit.ly/pb-ae2
Lesson 3: Chroma Keying, Transfer Modes, & Rotoscoping http://bit.ly/pb-ae3
Lesson 4: Editing & Animating Text http://bit.ly/pb-ae4
Lesson 5: Shape Layers http://bit.ly/pb-ae5
Lesson 6: Manipulating Footage http://bit.ly/pb-ae6
Lesson 7: Particles, Paint, & Puppets http://bit.ly/pb-ae7
Lesson 8: Advanced Expressions & Presets http://bit.ly/pb-ae8
Lesson 9: Tracking http://bit.ly/pb-ae9
Lesson 10: Lights Cameras and 3D http://bit.ly/pb-ae10
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