After Effects Tutorial

How to make a Futuristic Circuitry Look in After Effects

Joe from Workbench shows you how to make some cool futuristic circuitry. This look would be great for an FUI. Below, there’s information on PQ FUI Toys that can enhance a look like this even more!

Another tutorial that we’ve featured from Joe at Workbench that is along a similar vein is this Biometric FUI Look. It comes with a bonus finger print scanner tutorial.

Biometric FUI Look in AE+ Bonus Finger Print Scanner Tutorial

Inter-facesJoe from Workbench will show you how he built a futuristic bio-metric UI look, created when he tracked a face and created some boxes around features with that After Effects tool that’s often underused Minimax. He uses it to work only on the red channel, which is in human skin tones. This goes along nicely with the Futuristic Circuitry tutorial.

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You can’t get much easier than this! Pre-animated, sometimes looping, customizable Fake User Interface assets, as editable After Effects comps. Just browse and generate editable AE comps using the Script UI panel, then customize parameters via expression controllers to make it your own. The pack contains zero assets, and only uses shape layers, masks and native AE plugins, so you can customize pretty much anything you like.

Just drag PQ FUI Toys 2.jsxbin file to the Scripts>ScriptUI Panels folder, then open After Effects, where you’ll see PQ FUI Toys listed under the ‘Window’ menu. You can then dock PQ FUI Toys anywhere in your interface.

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