Join the new VFX & Film Making Forums and Win a Free After Effects Course!

User avatarJuly 9, 2018 by Surfaced Studio

Wooo! I am super excited!

The new website is finally LIVE! And with it the new Forums!

This is going to be a space to ask questions, get help, share your work and get feedback!

To celebrate the launch of the new forums, I am giving away 10 copies of my After Effects Complete Beginner Course!

Join the conversation for your chance to win!

The Forums

I have been wanting to launch forums on my website for a long time.

I get quite a lot of comments and questions on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. However, there are a number of problems with using those social platforms.

  • I get a lot of duplicate questions. People don't see what others have already asked. I end up answering the same questions over and over.
  • There is no way for me to organise or categorise the comments. People cannot easily find related topics or conversations that are already going on.
  • There is no way for users to share their work. Image and videos are usually considered unsafe and just end up in a big SPAM folder.
  • Users can't easily talk with each other. Sure you can reply to other people's comments, but it gets messy when more than 2 people are part of a single conversation.


So this is where my Forums come in!

I hope to create a positive, supportive space where everyone can ask questions, share their work and help each other!

Hopefully the forums will make it easier to have in depth conversations that are cohesive and easy to follow.

Note that I have set up some fairly loose Forum Guidelines. Be sure to read over them before you join.

Let's all talk about VFX & Film Making together

The Giveaway

To celebrate and say thank you for your support, I am giving away 10 free copies of my After Effects Complete Beginner Course!

Competition closes on the 22nd of July. Entry is really simple:

  • Register for the forums! It's absolutely free!
  • You will receive an activation email. Be sure to activate your account before you try to log in.
  • Post a reply to this topic: Forum Launch Giveaway – Win an After Effects Beginner Course. In the reply share some of your work and tell me WHY you want to win the course.


And that is all!

Thank you for your continued support and good luck

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Paul
12 Months Ago
July 17, 2018 @ 10:38 pm

Hi Tobias,

i would like to win the Course of AE, because i actualle learn Hitfilm and slowly I come to limits. Im just 13, so sorry for bad English, but the edit-and compositing of Videos make me a lot of fun, i created a example what i can do currently:

But now i have After Effectc but i cant´t use it so good. I would like it win, too beacause you explain good and i understand more than other videos!

I would be happy if I win!

-Paul

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Paul
12 Months Ago
July 17, 2018 @ 10:39 pm

Hi Tobias,

i would like to win the Course of AE, because i actualle learn Hitfilm and slowly I come to limits. I´m just 13, so sorry for bad English, but the edit-and compositing of Videos make me a lot of fun, i created a example what i can do currently:

But now i have After Effectc but i cant´t use it so good. I would like it win, too beacause you explain good and i understand more than other videos!

I would be happy if I win!

-Paul

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12 Months Ago
July 17, 2018 @ 14:23 am

Hi Paul,
To enter the competition to win my After Effects Course, please follow the instructions below in this post.
You need to register for the forums and post in the topic called 'Forum Launch Giveaway – Win an After Effects Beginner Course', otherwise I will not see your entry.
The competition closes on the 22nd of July (this coming Sunday).
All the best and good luck!
Tobias

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Anurag Yadav
9 Months Ago
October 7, 2018 @ 15:35 am

hii sir ,i am a big fan of yours , i want to teach maths by using after effect but i am unable to draw and animate maths equations and symbols .so can u help me that how can draw maths equation please.

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Surfaced Studio@ Anurag Yadav
8 Months Ago
November 11, 2018 @ 17:53 am

You can either use masks and the Stroke effect to 'draw' those masks' or you can use a font that supports mathematical equations. Or you could hand draw an image and then use masks to reveal the equation as you explain it

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