Martin Thoburn posts a look at how to rig ropes and cables so they can easily be animated in After Effects. Martin shows how to use the bones in DUIK along side controllers to set up the rig. This is a great look at the overall workflow, setup and animation that you can use to apply to a lot of different situations that calls for a rig on string, rope, or cables.
How to Rig Ropes and Cables for Easy Animation in After Effects
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