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Old 11-30-2012, 06:57 PM   #1
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3dSMax rigging question - morph target script

Hey guys,

I remember seeing a script a few years back for max, the script allows you to sculpt on the mesh after it's been posed by the rig and creates a morph target for that pose... the trouble is I can't remember the name of it, does anyone know of a script like this for max? Thanks!
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hey thanks for the response Transmuter, it's actually a plugin called freedeform - http://vimeo.com/3628532
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