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What's the best way to rig and animate C shape in after effects??

I'm using DUIK but can't seem to find a way to make the rig intuitive to animate.
The C shape also has eyes and hands with no arms, no legs obviously.

Help me famalam
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Using doing seems overkill in that case imo.

Oldschool simplicity would be the fastest way to do it.

- Place a locked template C on a layer
- Have your C be a simple path with 3 points. Adjust stroke width, end and bend in accordance to the letter.

-Animate the body movements, bounce, etc.
-Animate hands and eyes accordingly.

Downside to this method is that your eyes aren't glued/tracked to the body.

Another option would be using AI layers and puppet pins with inertia/bounce on puppet keyframes.

It's not that hard nigger.




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