In this tutorial, Mathais (mamoworld.com) shows how iExpressions makes it easy to create realistic movement in After Effects. He rigs a 3D character using iExpressions on the Generator, a feature-set found in ShapeShifter AE. Check it out, it is well worth your while.
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