MOBOX Graphics shows a tried and true method for looping the wiggle in After Effects.
It’s not something that I do all the time, so it’s good to have a refresher on some of the capabilities of the wiggle expression in After Effects. For example, how to loop a wiggle animation. This is the subject of MoBox’s latest tutorial where Mike Ridolfi shows off a bunch of cool stuff, including how to make animations loop.
The tutorial covers a range of things from how to work with indices to expedite workflow, how to connect dots and how to get a vintage look to a project. He also has a look into how to loop the wiggle expression in Ae. The randomizing expression is one thing that gets revisited often by tutorial creators. One time Evan Abrams covered everything you ever wanted to know about using the Wiggle-Expression in Ae – check that out here.