Ian Waters looks into the Line Primitive and its features in Cavalry.
It’s truly amazing to see how a procedural workflow can create 2D motion graphics as a playground of possibilities. Now that Cavalry, The Scene Group’s motion graphics app, is available to all, we can all have access to modern workflows in motion design. While a new app can feel a bit intimidating, it’s hard not to get excited once you see how things work. Take, for example, the Line Primitive in Cavalry.
The Power of a Single Primitive.
A new short video from Ian Waters shows off some of the features of the Line Primitive in Cavalry. The primitive, like all in Cavalry, is a procedural generator. That means that you can create super-complex things with only a couple of layers in the composition window. It’s incredible how you can get such sophisticated line work out of a single primitive, a duplicator, and some behaviors.
Check out Cavalry and the pricing tiers. You can get Cavalry for around $16/month. You can start your journey into the future of motion design apps for free.
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