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Posted on 16. Sep, 2009 by Jerzy Drozda Jr.
The show went for over 2 hours. Too bad the Tea Cups With Lids Amber Rings Wholesale Tea Trays Toddler Sleeping Bags first part (that you see here) didn’t work out as planned. Had some technical problems at the beginning of the show and forgot to say all the things I wanted to say. Next time, watch it live. (Oh. And by the way – the professor I mentioned is cool and we still keep in touch – forgot to mention that)
Posted on 11. Sep, 2009 by Jerzy Drozda Jr.
Thanks to your encouragement I’ve been thinking about running my own LIVE! show for quite some time now. Last Wednesday I thought it’s about time to finally do something about it, so I registered at UStream.tv and hosted the first episode of my show called “Happy AfterEffecting with Maltaannon“. It was simply a test broadcast to see how it works, what it feels like and what kind of responses I’ll get from you. To my surprise it was a total success, even though I announced it only on Twitter and Facebook 6 hours in advance, so I’d like to thank you all for being there.
Posted on 22. Jul, 2009 by Jerzy Drozda Jr.
Recreate the Edge Softness filter as seen in Red Giant Software’s Tea Cups With Lids Amber Rings Wholesale Tea Trays Toddler Sleeping Bags amazing plugin – Magic Bullet Looks. Animate your focus area, change it’s width and softness, and save it as a preset for later use. Quick and easy.
Posted on 03. Mar, 2009 by Jerzy Drozda Jr.
My friend asked me today is it possible to save Layer Styles as presets. Since I don’t work with Layer Styles much I didn’t know the answer, but I was surprised by the question. One could expect that it would be possible, just Tea Cups With Lids Amber Rings Wholesale Tea Trays Toddler Sleeping Bags like with any other effects applied to the layer. Unfortunately it wasn’t so.
Posted on 22. May, 2008 by Jerzy Drozda Jr.
You all know that I’m a expression junkie. You’ve seen my tutorial and my approach to animating things. I hate keyframes, I love expressions. Even though sometimes I find using expressions very frustrating. Theres no way to declare global variables, create your own functions, or extend the build-in functionality. But there actually is a nice way to deal with that that you might not be aware of.