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Old 18-02-2004, 11:20 PM   #1
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Default Ikhandle Problem

Im trying to make a stickman. And the problem no is that if i move my arms with the Ikhandle, the head of the stickman is also beeing streched out.

it is beeing pulled out of his form. It looks like the Ikhandle is streching that part of the skin to. the Handle is not attached to the joint of the neck or the head in any way.

thanx for al the help.
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go in to Xray view and see if the joints up there are moving. If not thin you need to edit your skin weights some more. The smooth bound skin is just racting to thoughs joints not the IK handle that is driving them.
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