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Old 11-02-2010, 12:49 PM   #1
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Maya muscle sliding scale issue

Hello everyone!

I use Maya version 2009 x64 with the latest bonus tools and bug fixes etc. etc. for that version of Maya.

I have recently run in to some problems with Maya muscle. Everything works fine with scaling except for sliding.
I get weird deformations, lack of influence on the skin from the sliding objects, and popping vertices. I use basic capsules as sliding objects in this particular case.

Do anyone know how to set up the scale without breaking the sliding effects? I have tried different hierarchy positions, have read through the Maya documentary, tried a lot of different ways of scaling (clusters, different attributes, user scale on the muscle system etc.) and have searched through google without any luck in finding a solution to this problem.

Help would be much appreciated!
Cheers!
/Gabriel
 
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