NEW TUTORIAL: Medical Zoom

In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create the effects where a camera goes inside a persons body; similar to the cool effect seen on House MD tuesdays on FOX

This is a comprehensive 3 Part tutorial:
Click here to watch them

Remember, this is a free tutorial and if you prefer to use a different program for the 3D part, go ahead just don’t bug me about it, I need a nap.

Now, if you really want to say thank you…
You know where the store is!

October 1st, 2007 @ 3:50 pm
cool, nice tutorial
October 1st, 2007 @ 4:04 pm
Nice! Thanks for the tutorial Andrew!
October 1st, 2007 @ 4:12 pm
Great work Andrew once again!

Keep up the good work.. :D
October 1st, 2007 @ 4:18 pm
Awesome! This is going to be useful for a lot of things. I want to do an infinite earth zoom from space down into a human body.
October 1st, 2007 @ 4:30 pm
SWEET!!!! super nice.... i suck at 3D programs but i guess we all have to learn one day right? glad to learn it with you than anyone else. thanks for the killer tutorial and other stuff.
October 1st, 2007 @ 4:32 pm
Andrew you are the man!!
October 1st, 2007 @ 4:38 pm
WOW. This is very cool, well worth the wait. Thanks Andrew, I look forward to doing my own.

October 1st, 2007 @ 5:05 pm
great job!
October 1st, 2007 @ 5:20 pm
I seriously dont know how you can make these tutorials for free (THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!). I would love to buy some more stuff. Just waiting for Riot Gear 2 (*cough*DSFX2*cough*)

I really like the zooming technique on the skin in this tutorial.
October 1st, 2007 @ 5:57 pm
thank you so much dude, loving it
October 1st, 2007 @ 5:59 pm
Cool. I've been waiting for this tutorial. Can't wait to sink my teeth into this one later tonight (after Heroes).

Thanks for another great tutorial Andrew! We really appreciate all of the work you put into this site.
October 1st, 2007 @ 6:04 pm
I love this! Coolness to the max...unfortunately, I can't watch Heroes like Bill cause I have to work...oh well, this tutorial enriched my evening. Thanks Andrew!
`ChaRLeS x
October 1st, 2007 @ 6:05 pm
very cool...
Jacob Dyer
October 1st, 2007 @ 6:13 pm
You've just made me buy Particular. You should get a commission! Although I must say, they're educational / non-profit discounts closed the deal for me! I'd get 3DS Max too if I wasn't a Mac guy. C4D for me.

This is a great tutorial, thanks!

Those damn doctors, thinking they know how arteries should look....
October 1st, 2007 @ 8:22 pm
Welcome to the addiction called!
October 1st, 2007 @ 8:59 pm
Hey Andrew If the pay is right, I can get naked for a "Shoot" :P
Tell Sam he's to old to be a prude :)
October 1st, 2007 @ 9:10 pm
Alright! I was playing around with the idea and here is a short clip I came up with.
It doesn't have the 3d models in it or anything. And I just used the plain old cc particle world. But, I added some ripple to the background and a fairly nice "dying" mask.
October 1st, 2007 @ 10:49 pm
Brilliant Andrew, worth the wait. Keep up the amazing work.

Now I can cut my brother open the get a real shot, hehe........
October 1st, 2007 @ 11:55 pm
Nice Work . like always . beside buying new dvds i think we have to give andrew's comission from our earnings :D

i don't know if it is a right place to ask this , for making music video for singer or actors they put heavy make up on them , but sometimes they do skin retouch and softening digitally .
with photoshop and still image it's pretty easy in 100 ways like duplicating layer and adding mediacn cut or gussion blur then masking out eyes , hairs , lips and details , what about footage?

thanks andrew
u r the man
October 1st, 2007 @ 11:56 pm
great tutorials,thx andrew
Helge Kallevik
October 2nd, 2007 @ 12:08 am
You deserve a nap, Andrew! The tut is awesome!
Scott Wetherall
October 2nd, 2007 @ 12:17 am
Hey Andrew

I just received Riot Gear & Designer Sound FX, thanks for the quick postage to Australia, now I have to go and sweet talk my wife to let me spend more time on the Mac. If she leaves me I might have to blame Video_Copilot


Scott Wetherall
October 2nd, 2007 @ 12:17 am
Those were some amazing tutorials! I can't wait to figure out ways to implement that concept in future jobs. Because of your tutorial, I've taken on 3 Dimensions now.

I do have one question though. In my final render, a few cells randomly disappear or appear out of nowhere. Did I enter something wrong or am I possibly too close to the end of the particle dispersion (sp?)? Thanks.
October 2nd, 2007 @ 1:02 am
Wauw nice tutorial man!

Hope we will see more 3d integration in AA tutorials.
Keep up the good work!


October 2nd, 2007 @ 2:38 am
Okay that 3d implementation wasn't realy that hard! Seems too easy! Incredible tuturial, I realy can't figure out yet how you come up with this all! Seriously this is worth tons!!
John Paite
October 2nd, 2007 @ 3:17 am
Wow nicee one..simple yet so powerful. Thanks alot Andrew!!

I was kinda playing with it ( i shud have saved it) but I put like a burnt to create the skin opening at the very end(cc burn? - not sure i have to double check it again) to transit it to the blood cells and it looked so convincing that I almost believe its some professional doing the job.
Power to aftereffects and also to 3dsmax, My 2 favorite software !!
October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:03 am
Awsome. Thanks a million Andrew!
Marc Biorklund
October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:36 am
Amazing ! You bring special effects to a new level using 3D integration.
You keep suprising me by the quality of each new tutorial, showing each time more and more advanced stuff and at the same time you don't need to be a pro of AE or 3DS to be able to understand it.

Have you ever think of creating Kramer VFX School ? ;)

Thanks for the sharing Andrew.

ps: No need to say that I have already purchase all your DVD and looking forward for the new products.
October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:41 am
Hi Andrew great tutorials, I loved them, Just a quick question though, what kind of format do you shoot on to get it that wide?

Thans alot

Jacob Dyer
October 2nd, 2007 @ 6:01 am

Andrew shoots with the JVC GY HD200, which shoots 720P HDV footage to mini-dv tapes. This means he is shooting 16:9 (wide screen). Hey may have added a bit of a mask to get even wider footage, but from memory, he was just using the footage at its original aspect ratio (16:9).

Hope that helps, and feel free to correct me Andrew or anyone.
October 2nd, 2007 @ 6:09 am
Thanks alot Jacob that helps. godIlove that true 16:9, I mean there are alot of cameras that claim toshoot 16:9 but they don't they just remove pixils i think and add a letter box.

thanks anyway
October 2nd, 2007 @ 7:16 am
Very Cool. I love House. Thank God it's Tuesday! It's on tonight!
Good Job Andrew. You'd make House smile.... well, he'd heckle you about spending too much time in front of a computer and how it bad for your health. But I loved all 3 Segments. Great JOB!
October 2nd, 2007 @ 7:30 am
Hi Andrew,

Many thanks for doing a 3d compositing tutorial ( I emailed you about doing one a while ago) This is really fantastic stuff! Thank you for your time in making these tutorials! they really are very much appreciated!

Kind regards

Sean (U.K)
October 2nd, 2007 @ 7:30 am
you are the best man, you are...
Helge Kallevik
October 2nd, 2007 @ 7:40 am
Andrew, your footage has such great resolution, but its only a couple of megabytes! How do you do that??
October 2nd, 2007 @ 8:11 am
I love lamp.... and andrew
October 2nd, 2007 @ 8:34 am
Glad to see the tutorials getting more advanced, I see the possibilities with this. More 3D tutorials are a plus, thanks!
October 2nd, 2007 @ 8:38 am
Very Nice andrew, i'll do the whole stuff tomorrow, then upload it at YouTube, send it to you trough mail, and then you can enjoy.

Thanks for the Tutorial, and I already have 4 dvd's of VideoCopilot here.
October 2nd, 2007 @ 10:36 am
October 2nd, 2007 @ 12:06 pm
My first try

btw: long tutorial eh?, thanks, 3dmax is always welcome, i dont know anything about 3d but i wanna learn :P
Josh Johnson
October 2nd, 2007 @ 12:20 pm
I will try to apply this to C4D and AE.
October 2nd, 2007 @ 12:53 pm
Andrew this is one of the best Tuts i have ever seen! So many new tricks to use on other projects! thank you so much :D
October 2nd, 2007 @ 1:02 pm
does anyone know if you can use gmax for this?
October 2nd, 2007 @ 1:32 pm
Sou brazileiro queria sabe se tem como fazer um tutorial com efeitos com tiros de matrix que deixa rastro ...
obrigado !!!
October 2nd, 2007 @ 1:36 pm
Thanks Andrew!! I really liked this tutorial. I'm really interested in learning more about 3D studio max. I never thought I'd find a program thats more complicated than AE!! HA HA! (Besides you architecs out there)

Release some new dvds so we can purchase 'em!!
Andy Fagerstrom
October 2nd, 2007 @ 2:03 pm
Thanks for a really great tutorial!
Tutorials that includes 3D-compositing is extremely interesting and fun to watch.

I would be the happiest person on earth if you'd like to make a tutorial for more traditional CG. For example how to include 3D-objects in a footage filmed on a regular street (or something other really ordinary) and how to deal with lights, shadows, blending and movement.
Ben Whiting
October 2nd, 2007 @ 2:04 pm
this is by far my most favorite tutorial yet!!!!! A++++++++
October 2nd, 2007 @ 2:15 pm
A quality tutorial that allows new users to create a practical effect that we have all seen used many times by the visual effects industry, and its free.

Great work, and release some more products so I can buy them man...have all of them so far.


October 2nd, 2007 @ 3:21 pm
Am I the only Lightwave user to religiously visit this site? is LW really that bad?
October 2nd, 2007 @ 3:48 pm
hey all
thx for the amazing tutorial dude :) i got so hooked on 3d now , that i was just wondering if anyone or maybe u´you AK, know a good place to get some cinema 4d tutorials? ive tryed google , but couldnt find anything fun or good hehe. but it would be very helpful :P

Harry McHugh
October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:12 pm
Thanks soo much. Best tutorial so far. Please do more with 3ds max!!!!!!!!!!
Kim A. Strandli
October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:29 pm
Absolutely fantastic!!

Stop whining about c4d tutorials and such people! Is for the best that Kramer uses the program he is most confortable with, so the tutorials and results are of the best quality! Its not so hard to understand what you should do in the other programs? "Make a mesh like this, give it a animation like this...".

Anyways, THANK YOU SO MUCH Kramer! :D
October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:41 pm
Awesome tutorials, thanx
October 2nd, 2007 @ 4:49 pm
Try YouTube for starters
Use search "C4D Tutorials" without quotes
There are a few to get you started :)
October 2nd, 2007 @ 5:01 pm
Im speechless. Great tut !!! Very nice...

Congrats from Brazil !!
October 2nd, 2007 @ 5:03 pm
Sorry Andrew... But I see now why you do not want a Forum.
The post above my last explains alot.
To many people not enough "Andrew's" :)

Hey maybe you can clone yourself?

October 2nd, 2007 @ 7:27 pm
Thank you AK, another Masterpiece!!!
It kept my blood boiling :)

To the 3dmax - cinema 4d discussion:

Let the Man do his work with the Programm he is best/fastest at, and stop whining, thats ridicoulous!

I work since three Weeks whit cinema 4d, Im a beginner with 3d Programms.
Even I can follow this tut in C4D, its a Basic one!
Use youre Helpfiles, Google and your brains. That should work too!
October 2nd, 2007 @ 11:02 pm
Hi Guys, to answear Russ's question the reason not many people use lightwave is because for a person starting off in the 3d world 3ds max is the way to go. The thing about lightwave 3d is that for beginners it doesn't offer much, the user interface is so complicated you would need hours and hours of tutorials just get firgure out how to navigate it. I was a former lightwave user and switched to max.In half an hour on max i had already began to add materials and make cool shapes and modify them, something that would have taken ages for a beginner in lightwave. It comes down to the fact that 3ds max is so dam user friendly plus there are hundreds of tutorials for 3dsmax so people can learn the program, lightwave does not have that, the only real lightwave tutorials are on it's own website and they are all complicated even there basic ones can get confusing. I'm sure for you it's all crystal clear but as a begginer lightwave is not the program of choice. Sorry for this long answear but I hope to let other 3d users know what to stay away from.

C4D is another great choice but like I say, more people are using 3ds max there for more tutorials and more help if ya get stuck.

October 2nd, 2007 @ 11:08 pm
At the moment i'm trying to add stuff to Andrews great bad green blood cell, i've been using 3ds max for about 6 month and have come come a long way but there's loads i dont know.

I wanted weird hair to grow out of the muated cell, so i added some hair but I can't get the stuff to move like it's in liquid, the hair just stays static so it looks too fake, if a hairy blood cell was moving the hair would react like it's in water , like tenticle kind of hair, I've never done much in reactor in 3dsmax so i'm not sure if that's the way to go but that's what i'm thinking.

Anyone got any ideas.


October 2nd, 2007 @ 11:40 pm
he andrew great tutorial. can't do cool things without 3d anymore these days

shaun in dynamics check precomputed make start file in external forces ad a the space worp wind (add this space worp to your seen first ) give the wind a little turbulence an hit run (dynamics hair fur modifier)

October 3rd, 2007 @ 12:25 am
Thanks Mistic that really helped. cheers mate, one other question please, i've tried animating the hair using the cut length so i set two key frames to make it grow which works in the viewport but when i render there's no hair, also do you know how to make the hair various lengths, thay all seem to be the samke length is there any way to make them random sizes. thanks alot anyway


October 3rd, 2007 @ 1:11 am
Shaun Says:
"I wanted weird hair to grow out of the muated cell, so i added some hair but I can’t get the stuff to move like it’s in liquid, the hair just stays static so it looks too fake"

HAHAHAHAHHA Hairy cells, that's great!
October 3rd, 2007 @ 3:00 am
This is a great tutorial ... One of the best i've seen so far. !!!
October 3rd, 2007 @ 6:19 am
shaun for the various hair lengs use a black and white map in the material slot Draw it in photoshop ore use a noise, cellular map etc

October 3rd, 2007 @ 7:06 am
And THAT what I cal it super effect ...
Mr. Andrew ... We are proud of you and your work ...
Thanks ...
October 3rd, 2007 @ 10:14 am
Awsome tutorial.....Any chance of some sort of tutorial pertaining to the upcoming holiday...Halloween? I know you already did a demon face any other tricks?
Miguel Carrera
October 3rd, 2007 @ 3:21 pm
Hey Andrew! Excellent Tutorial! guess what? you're featured on the home page of! check it out! thanks for the great tutorials man! I'm saving to buy all your dvd's =D Cheers from Mexico!
October 3rd, 2007 @ 3:38 pm
MR. ANDREW KRAMER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND THE VCP TEAM!!!!!!!!!!
October 3rd, 2007 @ 11:45 pm
I am amazed that you haven’t been snapped up by some huge production company, or that you aren’t getting paid a few dollars for promoting the amazing AE.
Thank you for your talent and love of AE, these new medical tutorials were just what I needed and ill be using the principals in nearly all of my work from now on. Not only have you kept my interest in AE alive, you have also woke my mind to 3D prgms and I will be downloading a trial version of 3DS Max (If one exists).

As always keep up the fantastic work, if you see a camera crew and a bearded Englishman outside NY Public Library around Nov 11th, then pop up and say Hi.

Keep these amazing tutorials coming mate.

October 4th, 2007 @ 3:19 am
Excellent tutorial, i have been doing freelance work for a little while now using 3ds max and after effects.

A question i would like to put to you if ever you get to reading this comment is this, How do you go about finding out what 2 effects will make a particular look ie the way you used noise and the glass effect to come up with the arteries?

Do you just sit and practice and accidentally come up with the effects sometimes or do you know After Effects that well that you alreaady know what should work?

Even if you don't comment, keep up the outstanding work, love the humour in your tutorials too.
October 4th, 2007 @ 5:41 am
This is my first try (red blood cells only):

The camera move kinda sucks... but my PC was too slow and it took ages to position it right ;-)

Thank you for this great tutorial!
October 4th, 2007 @ 10:57 am
Thanks Shaun for the info. I have been a LW user from the time I first thought to incorporate 3d in my pieces. There definitely is a more difficult learning curve in LW, and I certainly am not seasoned with it by any means. I mainly use it for some serious compositing, but I use Zaxwerks for some quick 3d titles, etc.

hmmm....I think I'll start my own LW free tutorial site...move over Kramer!
October 4th, 2007 @ 11:46 am

There are tons of free tutorials online for Lightwave.

Start here -

People are always making new ones and posting them on the LW specific boards such as,,, and Newtek's own forum. You can also check out They have both free and pay tutorials.
October 4th, 2007 @ 2:42 pm
man u'r incredibly truly ... this is a best tutorial
tx man a lot
October 4th, 2007 @ 2:53 pm
does anyone know how to set up a render farm with cs3. I've got 3 editing stations all networked and JUST THIS MORNING I found about render farms and what they do (I've been compositing with AE for 5 years). I'm running all PCs-2 xp & 1vista. One of the XP machines kinda acts like a server for the other two.

By the way, Andrew, is there a way to animate displacement maps in 3d and reflect light?(e.g. ripples in water reflecting sunlight whilst moving a camera around it)
Joey Winchester
October 4th, 2007 @ 2:55 pm
Hey if anyone can help please let me know. I am capturing my HD 24p footage with the Eugenias tutorial. After I capture the footage it is 1440 x 1080 now when i import it into premiere the aspect corrects itself but it is 1920 x 1080. I want to edit in 1280 x720 but im not quite sure how to do this other than shrinking the video when im editing in 720p.

Please send me an email if you can help. I have noticed that Andrew uses 720p footage and i would like to because i really don't need to edit in 1080p. Please help :)
October 4th, 2007 @ 7:24 pm
Great job! I really like the use of the 3d studio max. Great way to incorperate 2d and 3d.
(For all those blender users out there, it is a REALLY simple conversion from 3d max to blender...)
Thanks for the tut!

Daniel Reynolds
Mr T
October 5th, 2007 @ 4:24 am
Ive asked on forums for making the cel in c4d.
Its very simle!
Take a torus and put an metaball on it. Set the Ring radius on about 500m.
You can change the segments aswell to make it ruffer.
Add a color and use bump and add noise. Change settings.
Then you get something similar.
5 min work.

Mr T.
October 5th, 2007 @ 9:06 am
Hey Andrew for $120 would you make a tutorial set on 3D Studio Max? :P
October 5th, 2007 @ 11:24 am
If you look on the paraiso travel end titles video. at the beginning there is a scene with a book rotating to reveal a man sitting in a chair. I've tried and tried to rotate using various anchor points and rotating both Z-axis on camera and the file, it doesn't work for me. I would love to do this effect, any help is apprieciated
October 5th, 2007 @ 2:27 pm
Andrew, Thanks for getting me excited about 3DS Max again! Keep up the good work.
October 5th, 2007 @ 2:30 pm
WOW zach that video is AWESOME...

Very cool video, Any of those effects would make a great tutorial
"Cough...Andrew", Cough! :)
October 5th, 2007 @ 2:34 pm
I'm just trying to figure out how to rotate like that. Andrew..... Please
October 5th, 2007 @ 3:52 pm
Am I the only one, who can't play that Paraiso travel end titles? During playback opera crashed, firefox crashed, explorer crashed and even QuickTime crashed. How can I watch it?? ...please...Help me
October 5th, 2007 @ 4:31 pm
Dzhonny, open QuickTime go to QuickTime Preferences, Then advanced Tab, And Choose Transport Setup [b]"Automatic"[/b] and Video [b]"Safe Mode"[/b]

See if that helps
October 5th, 2007 @ 4:33 pm
This can be achieved without trapcodes' particular. You can use particle playground, but I can't get it to rotate.
October 5th, 2007 @ 7:20 pm

PLEASE!!! HELPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

October 5th, 2007 @ 11:15 pm
Come on andrew, this would be an easy 5 min tut. Please...
October 6th, 2007 @ 6:09 am
Zach, i dont understand whats so hard about it, its just a simple rotation
October 6th, 2007 @ 9:04 am
Yo Andrew. Awesome as per usual. I'd love to buy more products but I own everything in the store already. You mentioned putting all the tutorials on a DVD...and also some hints of a Riot Gear 2...Credit card standing by...


October 6th, 2007 @ 10:18 am
Awesome! Can't find good words to describe how great it is...
October 6th, 2007 @ 10:59 am

i have a question. in the various scenes are they precomped seperatly or are they one long stinken comp with thousands of layers?

oh zack just to let you know the book rotating to show the man are two clips those arnt together pause while blue tile is diagnle in scene you can see where to null the two scenes together. i think that might be one way how to do it.
October 6th, 2007 @ 11:17 am

I am making a tut on how to use the built in tools from AE to make the same effect, so to the people at ET and others that dont want to use trapcode, this should be done with in the next 2 days. Keep an eye on my site at for updates.
Orc Master
October 6th, 2007 @ 11:46 am
Great stuff!!! LOL, you know, lawyers aren't actually SUCH fine people, but they're OK :P You know, I don't have particular, but I actually got a pretty decent result with CC Particle World, expressions and a bit of luck ;)

Actually, to make the thing look right you can't move the camera in all angles, and I recreated the depth of field with several particle layers that, when the camera approaches them, blur out (with an expression) differently, depending on how close the layer is to the camera, although ALL particles blur out.

I'm actually looking forward a tut on how to create depth of field without a camera in *HINT* :P
October 6th, 2007 @ 12:04 pm
To Zach, Just change the "ANCHOR POINT" to the bottom of your comp, then rotate.

This is in Andrews "Basic Training" Tutorial "03. Animation"

Good Luck!
October 6th, 2007 @ 1:34 pm
Friggen awesome as always! Im buying all of your products as soon as these corporate bastards send me my overdue check! Hope the fam is well.Thanks again.
October 6th, 2007 @ 3:30 pm
Dude, Amazing. I love your work man. Too bad Im mentally stupid with this 3d studio max. I have it and dude, Im just an idiot with it. But this one is awesome. You can really impress with this one. You are the man Andrew. I cant wait to see whats next.
October 7th, 2007 @ 3:37 am
Hi Andrew great tut using c4d but worked it out worked cool thanks dude.
October 7th, 2007 @ 3:41 am
Hi Andrew i was just wondering a while ago u talked about dvds with all your tutorials how are they going. And how much . Thanks
October 7th, 2007 @ 9:13 am
Hmm, I was going to use this tutorial for my video I made a few nights ago, but no need. :P
Jay G
October 7th, 2007 @ 9:58 am
Hey, sorry to post this on here, but I was just wondering if you knew of a cool Flash site that has cool tutorials like, but just for Flash. I have been wanting to integrate the two, and just started learning Flash... and videocopilot was great for teaching me AE. Most of everything that I have seen for Flash has been simple little things that wern't interesting at all. I would love it if there were something similar for Flash. Thanks!
October 7th, 2007 @ 3:43 pm
Amazing, love all your work keep it up :)
October 7th, 2007 @ 10:41 pm
nice tutorial andrew greetings from the Philippines!
October 8th, 2007 @ 10:11 am
what a Tut...........unbelievable !!!!

I have gone MAD after watchingthis tut...........

Andrew u r superb.......thats it...............thnx4alldaStuff.gr8TUT

Best Regards
October 8th, 2007 @ 11:16 am
I just put out a tut on how to do it with the built in tools in AE, go to to watch it. Enjoy.

October 9th, 2007 @ 4:14 am
Hey great website, just came across it 2 weeks ago and already learned a ton of new things.
Its a great substitude for my slacking video teacher :D

thx keep up the good work

/greetings from the Netherlands
October 9th, 2007 @ 8:05 pm
I finished my MEDICAL ZOOM test!!! it's pretty cool!!
bruce leeroy
October 10th, 2007 @ 11:51 am
andrew and company,
great stuff, I really apperciate the time and effort you put forth putting these tutorials together, they are in my opinion the best and most accessible source of information on the web dealing in vfx. It is a tremendous resource and a tool that has helped me get into vfx school. thanks again.

quick question... could you use the "foam effect" to produce custom particles in a similar manner to that in which you used trapcode to to set up the blood particle system in the medical tutorial?
keep it salty,
October 11th, 2007 @ 9:12 am
Hello, thanks fot the tutorials!

heres my version:
October 11th, 2007 @ 10:00 pm
G'day Andrew,

Love all the stuff you do!

I know your blog is not the right place for this, but for Russ,


and yes there are tutorials and great books everywhere.
October 13th, 2007 @ 3:53 pm
I think I speak for everybody when I say that you are simply THE BEST source for the AE community. Most people would charge money for these high quality tutorials, and you explain it in a way that is so simple to understand.

All of your products are fantastic, and I can't wait for Evolution to come out.

Keep it up. :)

November 28th, 2010 @ 10:14 am
I love this tutorial. There's so much to learn!
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