rigging: The Shoulder Blade setup

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  12 December 2003
rigging: The Shoulder Blade setup

Hi.

I'm rigging a high poly dude at the moment..

most part of the body is relative easy to setup.. but I have a problem in the shoulder blade..

It seams to me that I can't figure out how it moves. what it is connected to... or is it floating? how does the muscles infuence on this bone?

If anyone can explain or have som usefull illustrations/photos etc. on this topic.. I'll be very grateful


Hope that someone out there has the answer
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  12 December 2003
i dont have enough experience in character rigging to help you but you may find THIS LINK useful.

steve
 
  12 December 2003
that's a good link, below is one on shouder, not on blade, i genrally drive the blade bone using a realtionship between spine and clavicle and arm rotations (mainly parralleling the clavicle motion)
http://www.joncrow.com/tutorials/xs...s/shoulders.htm

Last edited by ggg : 12 December 2003 at 10:06 PM.
 
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