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The Gatorade Effect Using Mocha: Part One

The Gatorade Effect Using Mocha: Part One
A CreativeCOW After Effects Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents The Gatorade Effect Using Mocha: Part One--Video Training by Aaron Zander

Aaron Zander Aaron Zander
Ventura, California, USA

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In this video tutorial, Aaron Zander takes an introductory look at Imagineer's Mocha and its toolset. Aaron also demonstrates some basic rotoscoping to be applied into a Gatorade style look.


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