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August 23, 2018, 01:32 PM
In this after effects tutorial we show you how to take the classic wiggle expression and implement it for only one parameter. In this case, we show you how to change the y-scale alone of a simple bar graph, to make it look like the values are in constant motion. It's pretty awesome! So open up After Effects and let's take a look at this effect together! And for more After Effects goodness, check out www.motionarray.com!#adobe#animation#wiggle#after effects tutorial#parenting#wiggle expression#how to animate the wiggle expression
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