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Motion Graphic



​About Motion Graphic

Motion graphics are pieces of animation or digital footage which create the illusion of motion or rotation, and are usually combined with audio for use in multimedia projects. Motion graphics are usually displayed via electronic media technology, but may also be displayed via manual powered technology). The term distinguishes still graphics from those with a transforming appearance over time, without over-specifying the form. While any form of experimental or abstract animation can be called motion graphics, the term typically more explicitly refers to the commercial application of animation and effects to video, film, TV, and interactive applications.

Course topics

  • Adobe Illustrator

  • Adobe After Effects

  • Animation

  • Sound Recording & Voice over

  • Video Exporting 

  • presentation using power point

  • Motion Graphic Using Cinema 4D

  • Editing Videos

  • Motion graphic & infograph rules and concepts and data processing to match their designs

  • Scenario

  • Workshop

  • Final Project


Motion Graphic Course will make you  Learn to convert data into a visual image using programs to get animated video with audio and video 

Motion Graphic Showreel

How to Make a Minimal Vector Portrait with Adobe Illustrator | Adobe Creative Cloud

How to Make a Minimal Vector Portrait with Adobe Illustrator | Adobe Creative Cloud

Create vibrant portraits with simple shapes, bright colors, and basic geometry. Start from scratch, or download practice files [] for a head start. Steps below. Prep your project: 1. Open the photo of the model (File – Open). 2. Use Control+R (Windows), Command+R (macOS), too show the rulers. 3. Drag a guide from the side ruler to the center of the model’s face. 4. Lock the image layer. Draw the face: 1. Choose the Curvature tool. 2. Click to add anchor points to draw an outline around the left side of the model’s face. Tip: To create corner points and straight lines, hold Alt (or Option) as you click. 3. Click the original point while holding Alt/Option to complete the shape. 4. Hide the photo layer. 5. With the shape selected, choose the Reflect tool (click and hold the Rotate tool to find it). 6. Click on the center guide to set the reflection point. 7. Select the shape and hold Shift+Alt (or Option) as you drag a reflected copy of the face shape. 8. Choose the Selection tool (V) and use Shift+click to select both sides of the face. 9. In the Properties panel (Window – Properties), choose Unite from the Pathfinder options. 10. Choose a Fill color and set the Stroke to ‘none’. 11. Use these techniques to draw facial features and accessories. Tip: Use the center guide to reflect shapes, unite them, and change fill colors. Press Control+; (Windows), or Command+; (macOS), to toggle guide visibility. If the Curvature tool inadvertently interacts with other shapes, locking the paths within the layer can help to prevent undesired results. Add some hair: 1. Choose the Ellipse tool and hold Shift+Alt (or Option) as you drag a circle from the center of the face. 2. Fill the shape with color. 3. Use Shift+Control+[ or Shift+Command+[ to send the hair behind the face. 4. With the hair selected, choose Effect – Distort and Transform – Zig Zag. 5. Experiment with the settings. Tip: We liked a Size of 10, Ridges per Segment to 11, and Points set to Smooth. Create hair layers: 1. With the hair selected, choose Object – Expand Appearance to convert the zig zag path to a shape so you can customize the hair with the Shape Builder tool. 2. Hold Alt/Option as you drag to create overlapping copies of hair. 3. Use the Selection tool to select the copies. 4. Select the Shape Builder tool and hold Alt/Option as you drag to remove additional sections of hair outside of the original shape. 5. Change the fill color of each section of hair. That's it! To learn more, visit our Illustrator Tutorials page: #MakeItCC Subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud: Download Adobe Express: Learn More: About Adobe Creative Cloud: Adobe Creative Cloud gives you the world's best creative apps so you can turn your brightest ideas into your greatest work across your desktop and mobile devices. Connect with Adobe Creative Cloud: Twitter: LinkedIn: Facebook: Instagram: #AdobeIllustrator How to Make a Minimal Vector Portrait with Adobe Illustrator | Adobe Creative Cloud


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