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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
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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