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Understanding Wave Wraps — After Effects (Part 1)⁣


Tegra - October 22, 2019 - 0 comments

Understanding Wave Wraps — After Effects (Part 1)⁣

Understanding Wave Wraps — After Effects (Part 1)⁣

Courtesy of @trupsfolio

Wave Wrap gives very dynamic movement to the images, vectors, and masks⁣⁣. There are multiple wave wraps, a total of 9 beautiful effects you can try today.⁣

You can simply apply them, they do not need any keyframes, it can be just a movement to your images suggesting a beautiful movement rather than static images.⁣⁣

What is a wave wrap?

What is a wave wrap?  The Wave Warp effect produces the appearance of a wave traveling across an image.  You can produce various wave shapes, including square, circular, and sine waves. The Wave Warp effect is automatically animated at a constant speed across the time range (without keyframes or expressions)

The Wave Warp effect produces the appearance of a wave traveling across an image. You can produce various wave shapes, including square, circular, and sine waves. The Wave Warp effect is automatically animated at a constant speed across the time range (without keyframes or expressions).

Remember to vary speeds, we have to set keyframes or expressions.⁣⁣

These are the following waves⁣⁣:

Understanding Sine Wave  The shape of the wave. There are 9 types of the waves.
We are starting with Since wave. This wave is almost like water waves.

Understanding Sine Wave

The shape of the wave. There are 9 types of the waves.
We are starting with Since wave. This wave is almost like water waves.

2. Understanding Square Wave  It looks like image is cut off into square parts and it looks like a glitch created in the image loading.

Understanding Square Wave

It looks like the image is cut off into square parts and it looks like a glitch created in the image loading.

3. Understanding Triangle Wave  It looks like a tug of war between the three sides of the image, i.e push and pull, creating a wiggle effect.

Understanding Triangle Wave

It looks like a tug of war between the three sides of the image, i.e push and pulls, creating a wiggle effect.

4. Understanding Sawtooth Wave  Looks like multiple linear wipes, applied together to create and disappearance and appearance of a portion.

Understanding Sawtooth Wave

Looks like multiple linear wipes, applied together to create and disappearance and appearance of a portion.

5. Understanding Circle Wave  Similiar to the sine wave, but circle wave has a larger movement for the same settings.

Understanding Circle Wave

Similar to the sine wave, but circle wave has a larger movement for the same settings.

Bravo! You made it!  Part 1 completed!
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Part 2 coming up!

Part 2(coming soon)

  • UnCircle Wave⁣⁣
  • Semi Circle Wave⁣⁣
  • Noise Wave⁣⁣
  • Smooth Noise Wave⁣

I have used one image, and kept the best settings, to showcase the difference in the waves⁣

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FlowKit — allows designers to create frighteningly fast user flows within Sketch and Figma.

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