Inverse Kinematic Animation with DUIK in After Effects

Inverse Kinematic Animation with DUIK in After Effects

Software: After Effects CC 2014, DUIK 14.23 | Project Files: Included | 355 MB

In this After Effects tutorial we'll learn how to use the IK rigging plugin DUIK. This powerful plugin allows you to animate characters using IK functionality quickly and easily.

We'll first learn how to set up AND rig the character both manually and automatically. After the rigging is finished, we move onto some simple tips for creating a walk cycle. We then learn different methods for adding background elements, how to loop your animations, and how to transition from one type of animation to another if you’re using the looping expression.

You’ll first need to download the free DUIK plug-in at then you can dive into learning how to create your very own character animations.

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