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Old 27-10-2006, 08:41 AM   #1
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Unhappy how to combine the skeleton to my modeled charcter?

plzz help me on these.. im a newbie.. how can i cmbine the IK to my model charcter?
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you have to bind it. Either smooth bind or rigid bind, depending on how complex or what type of character it is.

under (animation). Go to Skin > Bind skin > Smooth Bind or Rigid bind.

This will attach it, but there is more work to do. You have to paint weights so the geometry moves correctly.

2 ways of doing this.

Either paint it manually, or use the component editor. Both a bit tricky for noobs, however, quite tedious. Personally i prefer component editor.

Bit too long to explain so i'l post a link

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