Congratulations – you’ve reached the end of this book. I hope you’ve found a ton of helpful tips to boost your motion graphics skills in After Effects. Since learning never stops, let’s end this book with some recommendations for further reading.
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The reason why I didn’t do this is firstly because it’s a very advanced topic, but also because there’s already a pretty good resource for this – François Lefebvre has written a book, The Power of Expression, which is definitely the best and most comprehensive description of this feature of After Effects.
School of Motion
Another thing I can highly recommend are the online courses at School of Motion. These are paid training courses, and like this eBook their goal is to make you a better motion graphics designer. In particular they offer some things that a book can’t provide: