The Art of Animation & Motion Graphics

So PBS did an episode over the Art of Animation & Motion Graphics as part of their Off Book series and some of my work was featured in the segment! I’ve also been getting a ton of questions in regards to what “animation” or “motion graphics” was for the Element contest, this video should really help give you guys an idea.

Aside from being very interesting and visually appealing to watch, the video briefly goes over some history about animation/motion graphics and explores how it has involved over the many years. The video really does bring out the beauty and freedom of animation and hopefully sparks some inspiration to you all.

If you’re interested to know, you can see some of my work at 3:50-3:53, 4:09-4:11, and 4:17-4:20. Interestingly enough, they featured a lot of my experimental test renders including Particular Flames, Element Test, and Pouring Roses (which they also used as a background for the opening segment title). Pretty sweet I must admit!

  1. Ahhh this makes me happy. I just love the way they make animation sound so… profound. Just you can create anything you like with motion graphics and animation. Letting your mind go wild. I love it!

  2. Hi Vinhson, how are you I want to ask some question regarding training. Do you have online training? I have a little bit experience in After Effects. I want to learn more I appreciate very much any help you can do to me.

    1. Hello Guillermo,

      Yes, I have paid courses on Tut+ Premium (which is very affordable and worth it in my opinion) that cover a wide range of things in very in-depth detail! The subscription buys you access to the whole Tuts+ Premium library, so you can watch all my courses as well as other courses.

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