Learn the easiest and quickest technique for creating patterns in After Effects.
If you find yourself frequently creating animated backgrounds in After Effects, then chances are you probably often have to create patterned backgrounds. However, instead of precomposing and duplicating, you can easily create dynamic patterns using shape layers.
In the following video tutorial created by the good people at Ukramedia, we will learn a simple and fast method of creating dynamic patterns in After Effects. This helpful tutorial covers:
- Creating Solids
- Working with Shape Layers
- Grouping Shape Layers
- Using the Repeater Effect
This video was first created and shared by Ukramedia on their YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing, guys!
Want to see even more handy-dandy AE tutorials? Of course you do! Check out a few of the following resources:
- Randomizing the After Effects Wiggle Expression
- Using Light Wrap
- Using the Repeater in After Effects
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