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Old 02-04-2004, 06:38 AM   #1
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Default how parent some faces of a sphere in a cube?

Hello folks, i get a stupid question. I'm a ex maya user and am trying to do something was simply in max.

Y get a sphere and a cube. I wanna parent some faces of the sphere in the cube, so when i move those faces, i can move the cube to.


I wanna do this because i have a character with loosen teeth i want to link this teeth on the mouth top surface.

Anybody can help me?

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just parent the top set of teeth to the head joint, and bottom teeth to the jaw joint
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