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Crime and Chaos - Part 1

Crime and Chaos - Part 1
A CreativeCOW After Effects Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents Crime and Chaos - Part 1--Video Training by Eran Stern

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In this video tutorial, Creative Cow Contributing Editor Eran Stern shows you a how to build a 3D scene using Photoshop CS3 Vanishing Point and re-light it inside After Effects.






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by david hannoun
How did you get the picture that you started off with in photoshop
Crime and Chaos - Part 1
by Scott Tuchman
Great tutorial, but since I haven't read or spoken Hebrew in over 35 years, how can I get his tutorials in English?
Crime and Chaos - Part 1
by Eran Stern
Thanks for the compliments :-)

If you encounter a door or a pass way that you think necessary for the 3D illusion try to build around it, like Steve Holmes presented. Although, I must say that most of the times you can get away without doing so, and just stick with a continuous plain.

Eran
Crime and Chaos - Part 1
by Miki Yaron
Cool! can't wait to the next part! But What About "Saying Shalom"? :)
Crime and Chaos - Part 1
by Frank Maier
Thank you so much for your tutorials Eran, you are truly an inspiration to me!

I tried a similar animation where a door is inside a notch of the wall.
Unhappily I can`t handle the Vanishingpoint tool to bring out this notch as an 3d plane. Even Aharons Tips didn


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