Buho Graphics
We are a group of graphic designers, obsessed with the creativity, arts, illustration... We were raised extremely influenced by music, cinema, clips, games.... Yeah, whatever but, why buhos? Buhos, owls in Spanish, are nocturnal creatures, elegant predators, intelligent and smarts animals... We have work with djs, events promoters, and even a big building company. Enough. Time for do something different, completely different. Why don´t we try education? Yeah sounds fun, let´s do it! Want to know more? Check out our "About us" page... there´s plenty information there and it´s all true.
Tutorials
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Illustrator to After Effects Relation-tips - Bane Vector AnimationThumbnailbane
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    In this last video for the “Batman Revised” series we'll review some the many concepts we have explained throughout the first three parts. We'll also learn how to create a realistic snow effect, how to animate the circle element in the background and as always, we will explain some tricks and tips that we hope you find useful.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Illustrator to After Effects Relation-tips - Two-Face Vector AnimationThumbnail2faces
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    Today's post is the third tutorial of four based on the Batman Trilogy. This part will be focusing on how to get the most natural multidimensional movement when dealing with a number of elements together. As always, we'll include several tips and tricks to help you grow as you continue learning After Effects.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Illustrator to After Effects Relation-tips - Joker Vector AnimationJokerthumbnail
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    Welcome to the second of this four part series of Batman Revised. In this episode, we will show you several tricks for making the most of the basic 3D options After Effects provides.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Illustrator to After Effects Relation-tips - Batman Vector AnimationThumbnailbatman
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    This the first tutorial of a four part series where we are going to show some of the most common and widely used effects for After Effects. In part one, following an animation based on the Batman trilogy, we are going to show how to smooth the movements of an animation and how to make a natural bounce effect. Also there are a few tips, tricks and advise for you to feel more confident with your animation within After Effects.Read More…