Joe Clay | May 24, 2019
In this week's After Effects tutorial, we make a tree map based on a gradient—in this case from Fractal Noise—and we turn it into a futuristic circuitry look. The end result uses our American Standard LUT from LUTs Vol 1 to tie the whole thing together. LUTs can be a great way to unify colors in an animation and give everything a final look.
Also, if you'd like to know how to build an Isometric camera, check out Tutorial 103: Isometric Projection. This month, our complex elements for $20+ patrons will include a preset of that camera. I got tired of having to go back and reference my own tutorial so frequently!
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Get the project file through our Gumroad Store. This project file contains all of the setups shown in the tutorial, the LUT that we use for the final look, the overlay footage, and all of the graphics shown. This version was built in AE CC 2019 but there's a version included for v14 (2017).
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