Using the Wiggle Expression with the Puppet tool

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Using the Wiggle Expression with the Puppet tool

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In this tutorial, we use Adobe After Effects CS4 and take a look at the wiggle expression, and show how it can be used with the Puppet tool to add some life to otherwise static objects.

Hope you enjoy it!

Here’s a link to the animation which is used in this tutorial:
http://blog.isotropy.ca/2010/06/i-could-jump-out-a-window/

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5 Responses to “Using the Wiggle Expression with the Puppet tool”

  1. Peter Nagy Says:

    Very cool. Well done. Thank you for sharing with us!
    Peter

  2. Don Earl Says:

    Very nice tutorial. I did the same thing the other day with a picture of a jelly fish. Turned out great.

  3. vaggelis gavalakis Says:

    Nice and interesting tutorial. Also good luck on your new project. Sounds interesting.

  4. Colin Whitehurst Says:

    Check out this tutorial I made about the Wiggle expression! It includes what I learned from your video, and then some other practical wiggle tips!

    http://designbread.com/tutorials/1-wiggle-expression-in-adobe-after-effects/

  5. Good explanation of the Puppet Tool: After Effects | tdouglas03405 Says:

    [...] Gartner provides a video tutorial on the VFX Haiku website that shows how to add organic motion to images using the wiggle expression method on Puppet [...]

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