Jostein Finnekasa
Jostein loves graphic design, motion graphics, music, and computers, and tries his best to put them all in a blender and watch the result. His weapons of choice are primarily Maya and After Effects but he likes to explore and experiment both digitally and analog. Jostein currently resides in Brisbane, Australia. He is also very Norwegian.
Tutorials
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Create a Dynamic Shattering Text Animation in MayaPreview
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    The Maya shatter effect can be a useful technique to know, but if used incorrectly, it can also cause many headaches due to slow simulation and interpenetration issues. In this tutorial we will go over some different methods of dealing with the shatter effect to create a faster and more reliable workflow, which can be used in a variety of different scenarios.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip - Exporting 3d Camera Data from Maya into After EffectsThumbnail
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    In this Quick Tip tutorial, you will learn how to seamlessly import Maya camera information into After Effects for use in your compositing work. This is a fast and simple technique, which can open up a lot of possibilities and be used in many creative ways, to move back and forth between renderings from Maya and After Effects' 3D environment. Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Animate a Stylised Musical Motion Graphic with Maya and After EffectsPreview600
    When creating motion graphics to music, an often overlooked detail that really helps in bringing everything to life is synchronicity. When your visuals are correctly timed, however, it can not only feel like your visuals are moving to the music, but being driven by it. Read More…