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Motion Graphic Design: Composition

with: Angie Taylor It can seem as though professional artists and designers have an instinctive understanding of where to position elements on a screen. But these capabilities don't appear out of nowhere—many designers develop these skills by studying graphic design at art college or university. The principles that are taught in these schools have

Character Animator Training

Traditional 2D character animation can be a laborious and time-consuming process. In this character animator training course I'll share my essentials tips and techniques for making the processes involved in 2D character animation less painful. Book now to hold your place at the special introductory price of £249.95 per day. 1-2-1 Character animator training Learn how to

Free festive presets

We're giving away some free festive presets in December's newsletter to say thanks to all our friends for supporting Creative Cabin in 2016. Please fill in the form below to sign up for this and future newsletters. Each month you'll receive tips, presets or tutorials as well as occaisional special offers for training at Creative

After Effects tips

Here's my latest collection of After Effects Twitter Tips from the Creative Cabin archive. Learn all sorts of useful tips and tricks in bite sized portions. Make sure to Follow us on Twitter to get even more of these tips regularly as well as other goodies welike to share. AFTER EFFECTS TIP | To make a one

Motion graphic design

Become an expert in motion graphic design Our intensive course on motion graphic design takes place at our training centre near Brighton. The course introduces you to the core principles every motion graphic designer needs to know in order to create great-looking design and animation. This course is perfect for anyone who is self-taught or individuals moving

Wiggle expression in After Effects

What is the Wiggle Expression in After Effects? From After Effects Expressions for Premiere Pro Editors Expressions are an advanced feature of After Effects that many editors shy away from. The perception is that you need to be good at scripting to be able to use expressions. But basic expressions are easy to apply using simple point-and-click

1-2-1 After Effects training

Sighvatur Jónsson | SIGVA media The 1-2-1 After Effects training course at Creative Cabin was just what I needed to speed up my work in After Effects, which I’m using more and more alongside Premiere Pro for video production. The course gave me a better understanding of the interface of After Effects. I also learned