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  05 May 2003
Need Help: cartoon cow rigging

I'm almos finished cartoon cow for one project but have some problems with rigging. Here is pic and link for scene download (maya 4.5). Any help will be apricieted. I hope that model is OK for rigging, proxysmooth is heavily used Thanks for any help.


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  05 May 2003
hahaha I love it!

It looks fine for rigging to me, do you have any specific questions on a rig for this guy, or are you looking just for general technique?

The body looks like it would be pretty simple to rig, 4 hip, knee, ankle, toe joints, assuming you won't be needing a foot roll. IK spline for the tail, so you can whip it around. The face looks like the most difficult part to me, since I'm sure you'll want some fun squash and stretch to it.

I'm not sure how much help this post is but, if there's anything more specific I might be able to make some better suggestions.

Your model has a lot of great character though, I can't wait to see it in motion
Jared Hromika

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  01 January 2006
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