We have three awesome things to give away: Handcrafted Motion Pack, Svengoolie Rig and Outstream video guide. It's free after effects projects!
At a recent meeting, the president of a small firm wondered aloud, “Should we make a company video?” She shifted in her seat as the statement lingered in the air with trepidation and uncertainty from others around the table.
You don't want to be the artist that pays to get a ton of work minted and then nothing moves. So how do you price your NFT art so it will actually sell? This can be difficult for newcomers to the medium especially after seeing questionable quality work go for really high prices. There's a lot of things to consider. Gas fees, transaction fees, the cost of making your work... and this is only the beginning.
This article is about exploring Eco-friendly NFT Galleries for Cryptoart (inspired by Memo's post on Github). Cryptoart is all the rage at the moment but it comes with a high energy cost and carbon footprint. Although that cost has been exaggerated in some blog articles that are circulating( I'll post a link below), it is still worrisome while we are in a climate change crisis.
Animation and comic books have many areas of discipline that overlap. From thumbnails to character design, and storytelling to lettering and text effects, these industries have more in common than not.
This series of blogs post will discuss work, new and old, from both industries as well as dive into more niche practices like motion design, 3D animation, stop-motion, webcomics, and motion comics.
Working with all kinds of designers and illustrators, we sometimes get assets that aren't ideal for importing into After Effects. The client can get pretty mad when the look of the video doesn't match the look of the design boards. Gradient Maps are the common culprit. Here's how to convert a Gradient Map to LUT?
I first found out about this through some awesome School of Motion Alumni in the Facebook group. I just joined today, and so far it's been a very small hit on my CPU, so well worth the effort and it hasn't slowed me down. The following is lifted straight from the source: Folding home actively targets coronavirus
I'm happy to announce I've joined a collaboration with Prysm Studios. It's a non-exclusive agreement so that means I'll still be doing projects through Attack and I'll also be able to offer low-risk scale and on-site reviews for clients through Prysm. I like the freedom it offers while opening up some bigger and better opportunities.
© Jerry Nelson 2021 | Attack Motion Design is a company registered and licensed in Chicago, IL USA.
© Jerry Nelson 2013 | Attack Motion Design is a company registered and licensed in Chicago, IL USA.