With the release of Body Tracker, there are now different ways you can use to animate characters. Tips for getting the most out of animation with Adobe Character Animator.
Facial wrinkles move and change their appearance as facial muscles move. This is a simple step-by-step process of rigging and animating facial wrinkles in Adobe Character Animator.
How to structure a puppet art with long hair? Ho to make back hair follow head movements?[Download a Free Template for Long Hair Puppets + Free Example Puppet]
A step by step guide to turning a static cartoon dog illustration into an animated and walking dog puppet for Adobe Character Animator. [+Free fully rigged cartoon dog]
The correct hierarchy for simple and advanced eye rigs in Adobe Character Animator. Different ways to make your puppet blink and why it is important. Everything about eyelids, pupil controls, masks, pupil size changes, and more.
Did you know you can control your puppets face not only with your own live behavior but also with pre-recorded videos? Follow this simple 6 step process and your puppets will be animated using video recordings.
Follow these 7 simple steps and you will have a moving background and foreground for your character to walk through. [ + Download Free Interactive Environment ].
Performer Mode is a free version of Adobe Character Animator that allows you to use the puppets in live streams or recordings without rigging or modifying them. Start animating right now!
Add custom walk cycles to your puppets without animating it. How to prepare the puppet for walking? How to add and customize walking puppet behavior? How to rig your puppet for the best walk?
How to make your character move his arms in front and behind the face? How to accomplish it without creating extra artwork? How to easily switch between those two modes? Learn here these Adobe Character Animator techniques.
How to convey emotion in animation? Why emotion is important? What are the 7 core emotions? How to use facial expressions and body gestures to make characters more expressive?