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Old 30-09-2007, 03:15 AM   #1
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I have just modelled the low poly character and am now following the rigging DVD. When i am following the dvd Kurts joints are much smaller than mine and the bones between are longer and thinner. This doesn't seem to be a problem until i get to rigging the hands/fingers then the joints are too big and things start to get messy. Is there a setting for reducing the joint size?

I am using maya 8.5

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You can change it in the preferences. This will change the settings for all your drawings.
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You can also change it for the current drawing which will update the sizes automatically. (Note: If you change it in the preferences it won't update your current drawing)
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Thanks guys

I'll give this a whirl and see if it works

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Spot on Thanks for the info. ahhhh the power of the forum

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