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Francois De Bue said over 11 years ago:Hello Ivan, Your rig is excellent. Stretchy bones is very simple to do, it'as a good work. Same to foots, simple & very usable. Some questions ? - for a rig of a limb, f.e., is it max script that generate lenght of eache bones in max script controllers ? or do you make them step by step, by calculate each bones ? - why do you not use stretch&squach properties of bones ? thx
santhosh190183 said over 11 years ago:hi ivan .. how do u doing man . i have saw ur strechy bone concepts, its cool man . could u pls send me the steps how could u did this stuff. thanks my mail id:email@example.com.
elwatto said about 12 years ago:great way of solving the stretch in the rig