Tuesday, 30 June 2009

"Cells down a microscope" look in After Effects

This was made is After Effects, using only the standard effects (I've seen this done elsewhere with plugins). It's not perfect by any means, it doesn't have the delicate, crystalline look I was really after, for instance, but the movement and slimey stickiness is about right. It's an experiment for an upcoming project that hopefully will be a lot of fun.

More info when I can :o)

After Effects Cells from Michael Lansdell on Vimeo.

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