Creating a Digital Wipe Effect in After Effects Using Native Tools

Ben Watts has a look at creating a wipe effect in After Effects that has a digital look and feel to it, using only Ae’s native plugins and effects.

Just a simple tutorial on how to create a digital wipe effect using AE’s built in toolsBen Watts –

Ben uses a mix of the Mosaic effect, Grid, and a couple of others in After Effects to build out a matte that can be used to reveal sequences.

Ben recently released The Cinema 4D VFX Volume 1 training series which is being offered through Vimeo On Demand. Cinema 4D VFX Volume 1 spans 5 big chapters walking though quite a few topics. The series starts with modeling, and moves to creating the fractures, dynamics, using Turbulence FD and X-Particles, lighting texturing and rendering, then compositing.


Cinema 4D VFX Volume 1

Cinema 4D VFX Volume 1: Creating Ground Collapse is available through Vimeo On Demand as a nominal $15.00 rental, and a $25.00 Buy. Check out Cinema 4D VFX Volume 1 here.