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Old 11-05-2003, 08:58 PM   #1
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Default Reverse Foot Tutorial.

Hey guys... Working on a rig for a character, I went back to follow my reverse foot tutorial I have on my site and came to find it was a bit vague and missing a few necessary things. So, I've updated it for those that would like to know.

I looked for my old post about it in the tutorials forum but I guess during the change it got wiped, and since you can't post in that forum I guess I' left to posting it here. Admins, go ahead and move it if it's in the wrong place.

Anyway, you can get the tutorial HERE.
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Be sure to include it in the tutorials database.
That way we´ll avoid duplicate links.
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we need some screenshots to go with that tutorial it will make it alot easier to follow
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Ah yes... that was brought up before. I'll get on it.
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