warmanw

Check another tutorial for rigging wings

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warmanw

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Harald

That looks awesome! Thanks very much as always for sharing! So fluffyyy! :nerd:
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ntkd97

Awesome, thank you very much.
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farnaud03

Hi warmanw Im trying to redo what you show in your video now Im not sure why mine doesn't work as well. Im new to Spine. See the file attached. I have tried and split the wing in 3 part and meshed it. Or should I have it in
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warmanw

Honestly that rig is overcomplicated. Just something to show off. I would definitely just use simple bones and no IK at the moment. My advice is use IK if the rig is affected by external force such as wall, ground, table or maybe two hands hold an object (box, two handed sword etc.) in this scenario just go with simple setup
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MattCMK

I would like to do an affect like this for a knee that has IK. I think this technique is pretty similar to the one in the video below.
But I find it difficult to follow. Are there any tutorials like this one that are slower and easier to follow what is happening?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQkdNGyGnSM
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