Forcefield After Effects (Can't Touch This)





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Published on Jul 12, 2008

My second shot at a forcefield effect, but in a very different style to my previous one.

For this I used After Effect's liquefy effect to create a sort of wobbling wall effect. Hard to describe, just watch it.

Also, sorry I haven't made any videos for a long time, I've had exams and then I was working on a project for our local amateur dramatics group, and as a final sting, After Effects broke! I've fixed it now (touch wood) so I hope to have lots more videos on the way soon.

Comments • 11

what adobe after effects r u using? cs4?
mick geerts
haha i liked it :P
Sam Hoult
thats actually pretty cool, deffo worth the subscribe
Jai Stevens
Jai Stevens
LOL, pretty funny when you turn around and theres is another force field
Cool video.
Chris Hetherington
Cheers :D I basicly used Adobe After Effect's "Liquify tool" to emphasise and warp the areas that I wanted to make it look like the air was being distorted and (on my hands) expanded... Hope that makes sense.
I like it! How did you make it again?
Chris Hetherington
Yeh, sorry about the wait, those damn exams! Hope it was worth the wait tho, and like i wrote in the description, there will hopefully be loads more coming soon!
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