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Hi. I was wondering if you could share how you set up the expressions for the pelvis and legs of the boy character in the three part video tutorial of the Walk Cycle. I am fimilar with this process from the Alias Learning Maya Foundation Six book when they apply a expression to the pelvis area of the polygon man project. Still, yours looks and act better. Could you describe
how you how you did the process of making the pelvis move when you move one or the two legs? Do you have a tutorial that explains this process or could you point me to a site or resources that would help me? Thanks for your help on this matter and I hope to hear from you soon.

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