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Setting up Pose Morph (PoseMixer)

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Hi guys,

 

It's been a very long time since I setup a Pose Morph (PoseMixer) and so have forgotten how to do it and all the information from the google search results are no longer available, so could someone remind me how to set one up please.

 

It is just for simply changing the shape of a cube, so nothing to elaborate.

 

Thanks in advance, your help is very much appreciated.

 

Jim

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  • Awesome, Thanks so much

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  • @bezoThanks for the video it's helped me get started.

    I found a reference file on creating a flower using Pose Morph. The file has a null with the Pose Morph tag and it contains each individual pose, this is then linked to a base object which is effected by the sliders.

    I thought I'd try it the same way which I found easier to do, especially when it came to creating curves in my object.

    Both my file and the reference file look the same as the picture I've uploaded, but my object is only effected by one slider at a time whereas the reference file can be effected by multiple sliders at once.

    Any ideas as to what I might have missed or why it's only being effected by one at a time?

     

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