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Responsive Skirt Rig

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Hey guys! This is my first post on C4D Cafe, but having following quite a few threads over the past year.

I'm busy rigging an old granny character that has a long skirt on from her hips to just below her knees. The character is rigged with the advanced biped rig. I'm wanting to rig her dress in similar fashion as the example below. Any ideas? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zzd9FO5Dcs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KpwpC1uVNw

Idea was to have the position of the leg joints drive the position of the dress joints, Similar to the concept of lip pushing (


Thanks everyone!

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Use surface deformer on separate skirt mesh. Your rigged mesh can be used as driver of deformations 🙂

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  • I did that initially. Unfortunately the problem that I then ran into is that because there is a large gap between the skirt and the legs, when the legs lift up forwards, the skirt deforms incorrectly. I want to the skirt to only deform when the legs come into contact with it.
     

    What I did now was I used joints from the top to the bottom of the dress 8 times around the skirt. Then I weighted the hips to the top part  of the skirt, and then the new skirt joints to the lower part. It seems to work well. However, I still don't know how one would drive the skirt joints when coming in contact with the leg joints

     

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