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This After Effects tutorial is part of our ‘Summer of Superheroes,’ a week of superhero content including VFX tutorials and original designs. Check out the first tutorial, which shows how to create a fighter jet attack scene in After Effects, and the second tutorial, which shows how to create Star Trek Beyond-inspired titles in After Effects.
The Storm-inspired eyeball replacement effect is one of the coolest effects to come out of Hollywood. However, if you’ve ever tried to do it yourself, you’ve probably run into a few roadblocks like motion tracking and creating a convincing look.
In the following tutorial we’ll take a look at how to create a convincing eye replacement in After Effects. The tutorial will cover:
- Motion Tracking Eyes
- Using Adjustment Layers to Naturally Grade Footage
- Transfer Modes
- Simulating Reflections
- Color Grading
One of the more interesting things that you’ll learn in this After Effects tutorial is the different ways to make an eyeball look more realistic. More…