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Old 16-05-2008, 12:11 AM   #1
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Angry how to rigg a female student

i got a problem wid rigging a female student... ders a problem wen i let dem sit in the chair. sumtins wrong wid the legs and the long skirt. the legs gets over the skirt. iduno how to explain it. any help? proper way of setting up the joints or sumtin.. tnx
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Mesa tinkin yous is needin ta rightin dis stuff in da propa engleesh cos wunce we's start talkin tech savvy yous is gonna get confoosed. now mesa soundin like da jar jar Binks, moy moy!

If you could post up a screen grab of what the actual problem is Im sure we can help you, and also what type of bind, smooth or rigid...

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judging by the title, this was not what i thought it would be about...

As jay says, we need to see a picture and more information concerning your problem. how did you make the skirt? are you using ncloth for example? did you model it?

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