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This is Wilhelm the Giraffe, a fully functioning quadruped rig, designed for the students at Cogswell Polytechnical College. But really, it's designed for any and all animators who are looking for a fun quadruped rig to animate on.
Born out of my personal love for giraffes, I wanted to give an alternative to the current free rigs that are available, as well as gain practice creating quadruped rigs.
Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated, I want to make this rig as solid as possible!
Contact me at: email@example.com sundaram3d.weebly.com
Wilhelm was modelled and textured by Matt Bard mattbard.weebly.com
Features: Space Switching for head and neck Ik/Fk spine, neck, and legs Facial gui and direct facial controls, joint driven Scalable Stretchy limbs, body, and neck.