A quick doodle of the Lord Slug character from the Dragonball Z series.
This tutorial covers how to apply expressions to the x and y positions separately in the puppet tool. In the previous tutorial, Wiggle on Position, I showed you how to apply a wiggle position to x and y separately using the Separate Dimensions option. The puppet tool in After Effects doesn’t have this option so we have to use an expression to achieve the same effect.
Learn how to illustrate an alien people eater character in Photoshop.
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Creating your own pixel animation in Photoshop is as easy as it is fun! Using Photoshop’s Animation panel you can switch between animating with the timeline or frames view. Heck, Photoshop can even create inbetween frames of animation between two keyframes based on the object’s position, opacity, or effects. The process is quite simple so pull up a chair and grab some coffee and let’s get started…
If you’re a fan of pixel art and happen to be in the Seattle area you’re in for a treat. Walking past some of the buildings in downtown you might catch a glimpse of some 8 bit art in the windows residents and employees made using post-it notes. It’s pretty creative and I can only hope this trend catches on and we start seeing more of these popping up everywhere.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to add an After Effects expression that will randomly turn on and off a layer’s opacity to create a blinking effect.