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  1. ok. i'll do that. thanks very much for your help.
  2. thank you for mentioning Blender and those plugins. i'll check them out. i've been watching and following some Blender tutorials. Do you know of any good (Blender) tuts or courses for Facial Rigging? i've found a few but if you can recommend any, i'd appreciate it. It looks like for a beginner like me, other software is the way to go for facial rigging. i know that it's possible to create complex rigs in C4D, but that seems to be limited to those who have a lot of experience with it and who know how to work around its limitations. the Blender interface and user experience is not ba
  3. Do you know of any good C4D Facial Rigging Course or Tutorials? I'm having no luck finding anything decent. I'd love to learn how to create a rig like this but even something half as complex would be nice. there's tons of stuff for Maya but C4D: no love. thanks.
  4. do you know if there's a spoken tutorial for Delta Mush? thanks.
  5. do you know if there is a video tutorial for this technique? thanks.
  6. ok, good to know. thanks very much for your reply
  7. Hi, i'm also trying to create a bouncy ponytail. is this still the best solution? did you find anything not mentioned in Dan's video? thanks
  8. thanks for that link. have you found a more updated tutorial?
  9. Does PIM generate a rig with controllers, like the Mixamo Control Rig in R21? i really like the mixamo rig but it doesn't seem to include foot roll and i can't find proper documention to understand all the controls. many of the controls are not intuitively named and when i move the sliders, nothing happens. thanks.
  10. not yet. did you try Dan's instructions above? bookmark this. New Tech Tutorials: I'll be posting a tutorial soon that will make all of this much much easier i have an idea for a workaround: add the rig to an animation, add 20 frames before the animation, and then simply keyframe a t pose for it. then possibly create a motion clip of that new t pose (?) so you can blend them. would that work, you think?
  11. i will remember this! i couldn't reply to another one of your answers (MODIFY ANCHOR POINT OF A JOINT). i noticed that my mixamo rig hips is off center and it was driving me nuts. your solution and steps did the trick and got me unstuck, so thank you!
  12. Brilliant! i'm working on a walk cycle and i need to switch between left and right poses. this is perfect. thanks so much!
  13. How can I disable the Bendy Limbs on a Mixamo Control Rig? thanks.
  14. for me, Saving Weights from one character and then Loading them (via weight manager, like you suggested) into an updated version (same point count) worked perfectly. thank you!


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