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Old 04-10-2009, 04:44 PM   #1
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for about 3 months now i been trying to find out how south park is made i no how most of it is made now but there is something i still dont get the way they animate the people so thats what i need help with on the people they are these red things and they are pointed on each body part that moves i got a picture of what im talking about anyways what are the red things
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the red crosses?? they are locators probably being used as contollers for different parts of the body they would be linked to the underlying skeleton
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