The logo animation After Effects template animates your logo designs in a sketched outline style, complete with technical drawing style designs and flourishes.
The write-on style, clean lines, and customisable colour scheme make the template ideal for creating a professional logo animation for use in online videos, presentations, and promotional material.
Format: Full HD 1920x1080 24fps. Works best with clear lines and vector based logos. No Audio included. No third-party plugins required.
Our After Effects logo animation template has been designed to be as simple as possible to use. All you have to do is open up the logo animation After Effects project template file, import your logo into the animated template, drag and drop it into the specified composition, and the template will animate the logo and everything else for you, all within After Effects.
Changing the colours of the logo animation template has also been designed to be as simple as possible, changing the animation colours is all done from a single layer in the main composition, choose which colours you'd like and the template will update everything for you.
Experiment with different colours to see which best suits your logo animation.
The design of the template means it's perfect for creating a blueprint style animation, just change the background colour to blue and give the piece a lighter outline colour and you'll have a blueprint-style logo animation in moments.
If you're looking for a more futuristic logo animation, you should check out our glitch logo animation template for After Effects that gives you a distorted sci-fi style.
When it comes to logo animation, After Effects is the go to tool, and After Effects logo animation templates are a great addition to any motion designers toolkit.
Sometimes there just isn't time or budget available to create a fully bespoke design, and in those circumstances using a high quality logo animation After Effects template is a great option for creating a quick logo animation.
Template animation can also be a good option for placeholder content, something cheap and cheerful used as a proof of concept to fill a gap before the bespoke logo animation work is done.
If you're still unsure about whether or not to use a template, check out our recent blog post where we ask is it OK to use After Effects templates?
Take a look at some of our other After Effects products on offer, or check out our business resources for motion designers section for a collection of items to help improve your animation and motion design business.
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