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Old 04-10-2006, 08:32 AM   #1
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Default ATTN: CHRIS FRAM HELP WIV LIP TUT!

I downloaded your Lip tutorial, ...it rocks my man!

But how do i get my blendshape mesh to drive my original mesh, just like yours did?

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haha. sorry guys!! done it again!!!!!!

Its like fate,...every time i get stuck...not long after i post a question, i suss it myself! if i dont post, im stuck for hours, as soon as i cry for help, the answer falls on my lap!

As soon as i created the blendshape, in order for it to work with bones etc on my original mesh, i had to weight the duplicate (deformer) to 1.

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