While I can't possibly be described as a 'character animator', I do like experimenting with the character animation tools that C4D has to offer and to use them in ways that are perhaps, slightly less obvious. This eccentric contraption is a prime example of doing exactly that. I have combined pose morphs with Xpresso to create a musical instrument which is essentially a more advanced take on a musical box with tines. Visually pleasing on the eye, this is one of my favourite pieces to date. There is no sound (as yet!), but you may be able to work out what it actually plays from the visuals alone. I'll give you a clue: It's a children's nursery rhyme, written by a infamous, classical composer, when he was just six years old.

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