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Old 11-04-2013, 03:06 AM   #1
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Having trouble rigging Medusa's Hair



Basically, my question is how do I get a number of different hair systems I have imported onto the same nucleus without them losing functionality? But I might just have to approach the problem from a different angle..

I've uploaded a video which outlines the existing rig I'm developing and I've uploaded the .mb of the same file to my google drive account here .

The plan was to develop one hair rig which simulated dreadlocks and a duplicate system with my snake geometry by developing one working lock and then importing it repeatedly to form a master hair rig. I am having difficulty getting more than one lock at a time to respect the character's geometry.

I'm also curious if there is a solution which would enable me to animate between the two geometries, snake and hair.


Thanks!
 
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