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Old 18-10-2009, 11:49 PM   #1
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Default Bird rig anyone??

Hi, anyone have any bird rigs or links to please?

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Old 19-10-2009, 04:22 AM   #2
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Nah, we don't.

But really, just model a bird, its not THAT hard. Then look up pictures of bird-skeletons and place joints where they should go. Easy.
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Check out highend3D.com, bound to have a few.

@ Joopson, presumably that would depend on the type of bird, type of rig, level of detail and a heap of other factors

Some would take a day, others months.

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Well, agree'd. I'm assuming he needs the caliber of work that you would normally find online, which is generally lacking, unless it costs an arm and a leg. That's why I said it should not take long.
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Try turbosquid.com
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birds are beastly expensive at turbosquid.com. Like 400 and such. But turbo squid is the best, hands down :p
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