HUD Interface Animation in After Effects and Illustrator

Design and Animate HUD Interface using After Effects and Illustrator


This class is made for the motion designer who is looking to learn more about Adobe After Effects and how to apply these skills in a professional setting.  This class is made for all levels, a basic knowledge of the programs will be helpful.

We’ll start with a Thumbnail sketch and bring it into Illustrator.  Create our assets and bring them into After Effects.

We’ll take our Illustrator file into After Effects and convert the layers to 3D layers and animate them using shape layers.  We’ll comp these assets and create the text in After Effects.  We’ll apply effects and filters to create the final look.

At the end of the course, you’ll have built up a library of assets that you can re-use in addition to creating this animation.

Also, throughout the course I will be supplying my working project files so that you can use them as a downloadable resource.

Who is the target audience?
  • Motion Designers
  • anyone looking to learn more about After Effects
  • After Effects Artists

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