Shoaib Khan
Shoaib Khan is a Freelance Motion Graphic Designer with a Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design from National College of Arts, Lahore, Pakistan (1995-199) and MA in Computer Imaging and Animation from Metropolitan University London, England in 2000. His MA dissertation project was show-cased in Computer Arts Magazine (53rd edition jan 2001), which is Uk's biggest selling 3D computer magazine. Shoaib has worked as an Art Director, Senior 3D Animator, 3D Visualizer, 3D Artist and Graphic Designer for different London based TV channels and Post Production companies. In 2008, Shoaib launched his Motion Graphic Tutorial Website www.maxafter.com and released his first video tutorial based on the Text Explosion effect called "Text Explosion" that became very popular. Later that year, Shoaib decided to quit his Job and jump into creating After Effects Templates & Tutorials. The Templates & Tutorials success further encouraged Shoaib Khan to work for Maxafter Full time. Shoaib has since produced and published over 50 Quality Templates and Tutorials for Maxafter, used by creative professionals, Tv Channels and post production companies around the world. Shoaib continues to work as Freelance in addition to publishing new, exciting products and tutorials for the growing motion graphics and visual effects community. For more Info checkout: www.maxafter.com
Tutorials
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    How to Make a Breaking News Opener AnimationTuts news title retina
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    In this tutorial, we'll be creating dynamic arrows, along with some other motion graphic elements to enhance the quality and look of our news-style opener. We'll also learn about controlling the colors of the whole project through one layer, which is very useful when creating After Effects templates.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Create a Fish Bowl Filling with Refractive WaterAetuts retina fish bowl
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    In this tutorial, we will be creating a fish bowl, refracting water, and an animated fish. We will first start by creating water with the help of CC Mercury and CC Sphere. We'll then add all the reflections to make it look more realistic. Once the water is created, we'll duplicate the same layers to create the glass and other effects.Read More…