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Afterista: part one

Afterista: part one
A CreativeCOW After Effects Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents Afterista: part one--Video Training by Eran Stern

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In this video tutorial, Creative Cow contributing editor Eran Stern demonstrates a cool way of designing a text title for a Telenovela soap opera opener using Illustrator open type font.













Comments

Afterista: part one
by Jos
Ok, I see now that you need an AFX version higher than 7.0. Bummer, I need to save up on some $$. And on that note, if I can be permitted to re-rate this vid: 5 cows.

Thanks.
Afterista: part one
by Jos
Sorry, I forgot to rate.
Afterista: part one
by Jos
Great tutorial. But I can't select the mask tool, so I can't complete this.
Afterista: part one
by Wellington Jo
Nice tutorial, by the way I speak portuguese too lol!
I don't know whats as going, but nevermind...


I visit you web site and watch the tutorials. Yeah is cool I don't understand hebrew, but AF is a Universal language...

Waiting for the second part...
Afterista: part one
by Adriano Lopes
OMG, Hebrew is gonna be perfect, hehehehe...

By the way, you're very skillful, Thanks a lot to help us with that incredible tutorial. =)
Afterista: part one
by Sakari Niittymaa
Excellent tutorial Stern! Hope you'll get finished part 2 soon. Thanks for this one.
Afterista: part one
by Eran Stern
Hi Guys,

Obviously I don't speak either Spanish or Portuguese, I've asked a friend of mine who knows Spanish to write it down for me.
But it looks that I spoiled it by not reading it correct, so I killed the joke.
Hopefully the tutorial wasn't damaged.
Thanks for your warm feedback, and next time, I will open up with Hebrew, so I'll know it is all good ;-) just kidding of course.

Eran
Afterista: part one
by Adriano Lopes
It looks like more italian, hehehe... I'm native of portuguese language and I was unable to recognize portuguese and even spanish. Very nice tutorial. I look forward to see the next part. Thank you.
Afterista: part one
by Azvel Gar
Oops sorry!
I forgot to mention that the Tutorial was great
i am really looking forward to seeing the part 2!

Great Job!

So, not Spanish, nor Portuguese, Italian? Latino (lol)
Afterista: part one
by Lyndon Alvarez
pimp brother, can't wait to see the next part
Afterista: part one
by Azvel Gar
Dude that isn't Spanish!

Portuguese maybe?



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