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  03 March 2018
How i can get deformation more realistic?

  Hi. Sorry im noob in animation 3d.  i downloaded a model form page to practice create control rigg for animation. When I flex the legs of model, the geometry is strangely deformed in the pelvis. How i can get deformation more realistic?. I read a tutorial that said something about blendshape but does nt work.
What tool do I have to use and / or what method to look for it?. Set key maybe?. Or just create new joins to fix that?

 Txs c:
 Sorry my limited english,

Last edited by richardkvs : 03 March 2018 at 10:03 AM.
 
  03 March 2018
you could use the pose editor...but that task is not for a beginner...
http://help.autodesk.com/view/MAYAU...7D-57C7B3DFD8C6
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSRuSW50_4Y
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  03 March 2018
 Thank you very much. I will try it now and comment on the result.It's just what I was talking about. 

Last edited by richardkvs : 03 March 2018 at 12:28 PM.
 
  4 Weeks Ago
you could start by placing on the right place the joints, look at other rigs,  this is the very basic, and also depends on how you paint the weights. 
On placing the joints on the right place I usually select the rotate tool to have an Idea on how geo is going to rotate around (using the circle of the manipulator as guide) I would place the joint in the point where the circle matches the but and centered as much as I can
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