2008 After Effects Showreel

My 2008 After Effects Showreel is up finally. Check it out in the motion section of the site. I’ve got plans for a little tutorial based on the crosshatch style animation effect seen in the showreel as well, so stay tuned for that if interested!

- Justin Metz

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My name is Justin Metz and I'm a freelance motion graphics designer. I started juicestain.com back in 2004 as a personal blog and portfolio site. We are now a collective of motion and sound designers from around the world.

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  1. hola soy de españa sevilla y me gustaria aprender efectos de los que tu realizas con el after effects muchas gracias

  2. Hola Luis,

    Si hablas ingles, http://www.videocopilot.net tiene mogollon de tutoriales de video sobre como hacer varios efectos utilizando After Effects… desde lo mas basico a temas mas avanzados.

    Un Saludo,


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