Watercolor Elements & Intro Tutorial

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create animated paint elements in After Effects and how to create an cool watercolor style intro animation.

 

Content
  • Creating an animated track matte
  • Using the effects: “Circle”, “Roughen Edges”, “Turbulent Displace”
  • Arrange the animated elements in 3D space
  • Create a build up animation
  • Add titles
  • Create an animated camera

 

Links

Jellyka Font
Watercolor, Paint Splatters & Brush Stroke PACK
Watercolor & Ink Slideshow
Watercolor & Ink Logo Reveal Template

Price

Free

Category
After Effects Only
10 Comments
  • arun s l
    Posted at 19:24h, 31 March Reply

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    • graphicINmotion
      Posted at 12:57h, 13 April Reply

      Thank you very much! 🙂

  • Anatoly
    Posted at 18:03h, 25 March Reply

    Thank you!!
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    • graphicINmotion
      Posted at 08:10h, 05 April Reply

      Thank you very much for the nice comment! 🙂

  • Irene Hsu
    Posted at 08:31h, 26 April Reply

    HI! I’m college student in Taiwan. Your works are pretty amazing!! I would like to know whether I can use your tutorial assets in my project which is not for business. Thanks.

    • graphicINmotion
      Posted at 15:24h, 03 May Reply

      Sry for the late reply. Yes, you can use the tutorial assets for none-commercial projects under creative commons license.

      • Halie Park
        Posted at 19:38h, 05 July Reply

        Hello, this is Halie. I’d like to use these assets in the non-commercial projects of our church. What kind of creative commons license do you require? Do you require a credit in our projects?

        • graphicINmotion
          Posted at 11:59h, 08 July Reply

          Hello Halie,

          Thanks for your question. I really appreciate it if people care about fair use of my assets. If it´s a non-commercial project you can use it. Credit would be appreciated, but is not required. Thanks!

  • Dierk
    Posted at 11:34h, 04 June Reply

    Exzellent! Thank you!

    • graphicINmotion
      Posted at 06:58h, 26 June Reply

      You are welcome! 🙂

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