Tutorial by: School of Motion
Ever wanted to look at the project files of a intricate short film? Well now you can do that with this short film, Bumble! Bumble is a short animation and Joey from School of Motion will walk you through the project files together, provided by Holdframe! Though it's not free, these project files are relatively cheap and can really help you understand the ins and outs of how these animations are done.
Holdframe takes a whole new approach to Motion Graphics, by offering free and paid project files for you to download!
Be sure to check out their free section play with some of these project files. That's the best way to learn!
From the instructor:
In this video, Joey will "unbox" the project files from "Bumble", a short film produced by Bullpen. He'll pull out a few of the hundreds of things you can learn by digging around a project like this, and will explain some of the concepts and techniques used in the film's production. Everybody, including Joey, will learn something in this one. This project is available for download at Holdframe. If you're not familiar with Holdframe, you should be. The site is an amazing resource for Motion Designers, allowing you to download project files from industry pros to pick apart and learn from. Some of the projects are free, and the more elaborate ones are paid, but *everything* has been vetted and curated by the site's founder, Joe Donaldson, to meet his stratospheric standards.