After Effects & Photoshop tutorial: Create cosmic glows and lighting effects with particles - Digital Arts
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Tutorial from @ZIONandZION on how to rig characters in Adobe After Effects for animated videos. http://www.zionandzion.com/how-to-rig-a-character-in-after-effects/

Tutorial from @ZIONandZION on how to rig characters in Adobe After Effects for animated videos. http://www.zionandzion.com/how-to-rig-a-character-in-after-effects/

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Rowing In Motion - For Teams by In Motion Software & Sports Technology…

Rowing In Motion - For Teams by In Motion Software & Sports Technology…

This is a short film about hope and community. It was made for a friend and mentor who was suffering from lung cancer. The film was shown at a benefit to help with his hospital costs.  He has since passed away.  Alex Juhasz production designed and we split up the animation between the two of us.  We shot with a special, home brewed 4x5 view camera rig and used Dragon Stop Motion Software.

This is a short film about hope and community. It was made for a friend and mentor who was suffering from lung cancer. The film was shown at a benefit to help with his hospital costs. He has since passed away. Alex Juhasz production designed and we split up the animation between the two of us. We shot with a special, home brewed 4x5 view camera rig and used Dragon Stop Motion Software.

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JECTILE - PROJECTILE MOTION SOFTWARE & MATERIALS Jectile is a software game designed to help teach physics students the basics of projectile motion calculations. Students are required to solve five either horizontal or at an angle projectile motion problems of increasing complexity. They have ten chances or missions to complete the five problems and receive a score at the end which can be used as an assessment. The Jectile game is accompanied by a set of materials.

JECTILE - PROJECTILE MOTION SOFTWARE & MATERIALS Jectile is a software game designed to help teach physics students the basics of projectile motion calculations. Students are required to solve five either horizontal or at an angle projectile motion problems of increasing complexity. They have ten chances or missions to complete the five problems and receive a score at the end which can be used as an assessment. The Jectile game is accompanied by a set of materials.

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