Free downloadable example puppets for use with Adobe Character Animator.Puppet files combine original artwork + animation rigging into one file (more info in this video).Feel free to use and edit these however you want - no credit needed.
Versatile animal character with several key triggered eye and hand expressions. Featured in the tutorial for Key Triggers and Cycle Layers.
Green monster with head turns and a fire-breathing animation. A good Adobe Illustrator example (but a PSD sample is included as well). Featured in Making Your First Character.
Used in the Red Monster Live broadcast, this complex puppet has automatic camera changes, overlay graphics, and several animations.
Insanely complicated robot with walk cycle, secondary head, weapon hands, blend modes and more. Featured in Tips & Tricks - June 2017.
A good example of hair physics - Cassandra has multiple strands of independent dangle hair and a separate background hair group. Featured in Tips & Tricks - September 2016.
Short blue monster with head turns and tie dangle. Featured in Jetpack Early Adopter.
A hand-drawn sketch cut up in Photoshop and made into a puppet. Draggable with 3 eyes and dangling tenctacles. Featured in Character Animator Live - Episode 2.
Friendly red monster with triggerable fire hands. Featured in Making Your First Cartoon.
A bouncy, googly-eyed alien with head turns and a 4-leg walk cycle. Featured in Tips & Tricks - June 2017.
A simple face with eye/nose parallax, eyelids, and key triggers. Featured on Character Animator Live - Episode 3.
An object interaction example - tap B to "pick up" the box. Featured in Tips & Tricks - Feburary 2017.
Sketched head that continually cycles through three different lines to give it a kinetic look. Featured in Tips & Tricks - January 2017.
Snowgirl with separate dangle behaviors for her scarf and hat.
Head turning example character. Featured in Sticks & Dragging.