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#1 8 years ago

Hi, well i need help, i made models but i need to put the Skeleton and i cant do it, somebody could help me to finish this models, somebody that can put the skeleton in the model, i would be very grateful, please thanks, goodbye. Rahm Kota and Male Togruta

Bueno necesito ayuda, hice un par de models pero me falta poner el skeleton y como q no puedo alguien me ayudaria a terminer estos model o q me haga el favor de ponerle skeleton porfavor se los agradeceria mucho, de ante mano gracias

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#2 8 years ago

First of all, you aren't going to do it with ms3d, I'd ditch that program altogether as it lacks so many tools. You can get Softimage Mod Tool and do it but you're going to have to learn the fundamentals of enveloping a mesh to bones. Google it because the process is too long to explain it all out to someone who I'm guessing doesn't have a clue in these areas.




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#4 8 years ago
DarthD.U.C.K.;5419073in case you dont know where to start

men, i need help to put the skeleton in my model, i dont know where to start, or how start Please




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#5 8 years ago

you start by downloading xsi, then you import the skeleton. then you follow the "written tutorial about enveloping/weighpainting in xsi"-tutorial except that you use the jka-bones instead of making new ones. when applying the enveloping you must select all bones. then you can tweak the weighting by either using weightpaint explained in the first link, the weighteditor as explained in the second link or by "reassigning locally" and thats it for the enveloping