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UVU stand for Utah Valley University, where I happen to be majoring in animation. UVU Girl is a female rig for animation. It has no facial controls, but the skeleton and skeletal controls are solid. Feel free to use this for whatever, just give me credit for the rig :) There are still some problems with this rig: - Some incorrect deformation in the torso and shoulders - Blendshapes are set up for the knees, but not for the elbows or bum. www.ShaunLindow.com
P.S. For those animators looking for a great rig to practice with, I HIGHLY suggest the Andy rig.