Recreating a Classic 1950's Science Fiction Show Opening
: Red Giant plug-ins Tutorials
: Chad Perkins
: Recreating a Classic 1950's Science Fiction Show Opening
In this episode of Red Giant TV, Chad Perkins shows you how he built the various elements he used to re-create of the opening sequence from the classic sci-fi TV series, the Twilight Zone. In the tutorial Chad gives you tons of valuable hints and techniques for use in Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and Maxon Cinema 4D.
This is part of a Red Giant TV series here at CreativeCOW.net. Red Giant Software products are available as plug-ins for popular video editing and effects applications, including Adobe After Effects®, Adobe Photoshop®, Adobe Premiere Pro®, AVID®, Sony Vegas® and Apple Final Cut Pro®/Motion®.
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