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Old 09-03-2013, 09:11 PM   #1
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Scaling in negative: evil opposite node

If you're like me you absolutely loathe the issues that Maya causes when it adds the 'opposite' node if you scale a mesh in the negative (in order to mirror it, because frankly some of maya's default mirroring tools are a bit meh).

I made a script a while back that's a sort of "advanced Maya Mirror" with a few extra options for where you can set the mirror axis, what happens to the original and new mesh copy, even auto-reversing normals for the mirrored object (and best of all, not opposite nodes applied!)

http://www.creativecrash.com/maya/s...aya-mirror-tool

Enjoy!
 
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