Take your Illustrator File and connect each body part to easily control your character for animation
Ok, so you prepared a character in illustrator and you want to animate it inside after effects.
The problem is that you have to put every single piece of the body in a new position and that can be very tedious.
Even for simple movements, like weaving good bye to a friend.
You need to do a bunch of clicks and repositioning each single part.
Well, there is a faster way to do it.
You can connect each part of the body, so you can move it easily, with just a few clicks and drags.
And if you need to change the hand, you don’t have to disappear the hand, and reappear another one, no. You can set a rig with replacement animation, and just by moving a switch layer you can easily change to any version of the hand you want.
In this course, you will learn:
Every step is explained in detail, and I also take the time to tell you why we do the things we are doing, so you will always know what we are doing, why and to what outcome.
Enroll now and start rigging your character for your next animation. See you inside.
Music Credits: “DarxieLand” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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