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Old 06-01-2012, 12:39 AM   #1
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My First Rigging Attempt Could Use Some Help Pls

Guys I am doing my first rigging attempt and following an excellent tutorial, however I am having problems with the bones in my hands.

I am not sure if I am getting the joint bones in the correct spot and every time I move a bone they seem to twist.

Could someone look at my file and see if everything looks ok to you in the hand. I dont want to get too far into it then find out i totally screwed something up. I have 4 days into the boning and rigging so far and am running out of time as I am doing this for a dear friend and trying to finish before she goes on vacation next week as I will be moving out of town Before She Gets back in amonth

I have the file at http://www.proflooney.net/Rigging_Attempt.rar

it is max 2012 file

Thanks
Joe
 
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