Watercolor Footage Reveal Tutorial

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This After Effects tutorial shows you how to create an artistic watercolor style footage reveal.


Difficulty: Easy


  • Create a reveal matte with pre-rendered watercolor & paint elements
  • Use the Time Remapping effect to change clip duration
  • Setup a footage reveal using a track matte
  • Add a paper texture to your footage
  • Add additional watercolor stains & paint splatters
  • Use Fill effect to colorize stains & splatters



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1 Comment
  • Halie Park
    Posted at 03:59h, 06 July Reply

    Hello, May I use the assets you share in the tutorial in the non-commercial projects of our church? What kind of creative commons license do you require? Do I need to add credit in our projects?

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