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Old 04-06-2003, 03:15 PM   #1
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Hey guys... I was thinking about rigging a character with set driven key and lattices. I plan on putting alot of work into this so I can put it on my animation section of my demoreel... I decided to use a female body... What do you think for my first test?? THanks,
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Hey guys.... having a problem... i just switched to Maya 5 from 4... I tried to make an IK Constraint just like you would in Maya 4, but it doesn't work the same... Wondering if anybody Knows how to solve this.... Well... IF i move the root joint the Ik handle stays in the same place, but the joint associated does not, it stays with the root.... Any idea why? Is there a way to change this? Thanks for your time,
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Got it fixed sorry, forgot to change some of my prefs when I installed Maya 5. Thanks
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um... here is what the girl looks like right now... I was thinking about modeling a tight black full leather suit, and giveing here a black motorcycle Helmet... What do you think?
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decided to put this aside for a while... going to enter this Mo's competition.
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