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  1. Hi guys, I'm working on a very simple animation (donating to a charity) where two characters walk to "Staying Alive" by the Bee Gees. My rig was built using the character base rig, modified to suit the joints. I'm trying to get a handle on a biped walking style and how to make it more accurate, so I opted to use Cmotion in order to compare it versus normal rigging. The problem I'm having is twofold. First, the character was created in an "A" pose, but when I activate Cmotion, the arms fall INTO and through the body of the model. How could I keep the position of the arms outside the body? Next, after rigging and Cmotion is active, how do I go about fine tuning the joints of the rig? It's driving me nuts! Thank you all!
  2. Hello all! I believe this to be a simple question, but I'm drawing a blank on the solution. I'm trying to warp a line of text so that the uppermost line maintains a flat top line, but with an arched bottom line...as you might see in Illustrator. I was going to import the paths from Illustrator, but there must be a way to do this with modifiers and warp tools, correct? Here's a visual reference for the look I need.



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