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Old 25-02-2004, 02:38 PM   #1
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Default How does a reverse foot rig work?

I have now learned how to set up reverse foot lock rigs. The results are great, the foot is easily animated using a control curve, but I am having a mental block in understanding how it works.

If any of the more experienced riggers/animators among us could give me a few lines of explanation I would be very grateful.

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I'll see if i can find some info i dont use reverse foot=(
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The extra joints drive the originals. Did youuse SDK for attributes on the reverse foot?
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