How to Create a rusty, grungy checker plate texture in After Effects
You may not recognize the term "checker plate", but you've more than likely encountered it many times before. It's more commonly referred to as "diamond plate" and is the hardwearing, lightweight, non-slip metal stock with raised diamonds (or lines) that frequently adorn flight cases, stage decking and metal stair treads. This video will show you how to recreate that grungy look in After Effects.
Laurence Grayson shows you how you can create your own rusty checker plate texture for all your grungy After Effects projects, using just the tools that come with the software.