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Old 31-08-2007, 01:36 PM   #1
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Hi all

have an urgent matter. is there any chance to resize an object(poly in my case) after it is already binded and weight-painted??? plz help!!
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Create a locator and group the skeleton/rig to it. then scale the group node
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Originally posted by Jay
Create a locator and group the skeleton/rig to it. then scale the group node
works just fine. thanx a lot for the tip.
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