Animation: Create a Lip Sync Effect

Make your illustrations to speak for themselves, literally! On this course, you'll learn everything you need to create a lip sync animation in After Effects. Enjoy!

About this course

Have you ever wondered how to create a lip sync animation in Adobe After Effects? On this course, Maria will teach you how to create and animate a lip sync in a very simple way.

The course will be divided into several lessons, each showing how to create and set up the different parts of the process, so you can easily follow along.

What project are we going to develop?

On this course, we'll create a lip sync in Adobe Illustrator and After Effects. Maria will create an illustration and animation of a random character but you can pick your favorite quote and character and follow the same process. We will then go into Adobe After Effects and animate the lip sync with simple techniques.

Practice each concept as you follow along so you can understand the steps I follow, as well as all the helpful tips and tricks that will be shown.

Who's this course for? Requirements

For this course, it is recommended that you have a foundation in After Effects so you can make the most of it. All the concepts are explained several times so even if you are fairly new to the software, you can also follow along.

We will be using Adobe Illustrator and After Effects CC but if you use a previous version there shouldn't be any problems; while the layout may be slightly different the tools and functions we're using are the same. 

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Course Details

Beginner level 48m 9 lessons 210 users 2 attachments


After Effects After Effects Adobe Illustrator Adobe Illustrator


Maria Keller
Maria Keller
Maria Keller Teacher

Maria Keller is a Mexican freelance motion designer and illustrator working with companies around the world. Her clients include Slyce, SnipSnap, Kittyrama, Advanced Medical, United Inc. and many more. She enjoys working hand in hand with her clients to produce all kinds of creative results.

To learn more, visit http://www.mariakellerac.com/