Explainer Camp School of Motion Free Course Download
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Being a fully independent Motion Designer has a lot of challenges. You need to know how to handle EVERY part of the process, from creating bids and schedules, all the way through handling the creative execution. If being your own boss sounds appealing to you and you’re ready for the challenge of creating your own visual masterpiece, look no further than this course. By the end of Explainer Camp you’ll have all of the skills necessary to tackle a project from start to finish.
What is the required software?
Adobe Photoshop CC 2017.1.1 (18.1.1 or Higher) Adobe Illustrator CC 2017.1 (21.1.0 or Higher) Adobe After Effects CC 2017 (14.2.1 or Higher)
This course brings you from Script to Final Render of a motion design project and assumes that you have a strong foundation in animation and design skills, and a very strong grasp on Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and After Effects. If you do not meet this criteria, we strongly suggest that you take Animation Bootcamp and Design Bootcamp before enrolling in Explainer Camp. Although it is not required, taking Advanced Motion Methods may be beneficial before taking this course
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- Familiarize Yourself with the Course
- Developing Good Taste
- Thinking Visually