Tricked-Out Visuals InfiniteZoom + After Effects

You wouldn’t necessarily think there are any similarities between BBC America’s Dr. Who and ABC’s Modern Family. However, if you take a look at the opening credits, you’ll notice a similar trick — the use of an infinite loop. Dr. Who uses a spiraling clock and gears; Modern Family uses the old picture frame in a picture frame gag.

Spend a couple minutes with renowned motion graphics designer, John Dickinson (Motionworks), as he dives into Sapphire’s InfiniteZoom and learn how After Effects artists can combine shape layers with this mind-bending plug-in to quickly create beautiful infinite loops.

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