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Thread: Genoma: Rigging Mechanical Objects

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    Genoma: Rigging Mechanical Objects

    Here you can find the content used in the video about rigging mechanical objects in Genoma (video available soon).

    Any question, this is the thread!
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    Sweet! Looking forward to the tutorial.

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    WoWWW!

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    nice lino excellent stuff,wait to see the video tutorial.....
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    Lino Grandi
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    Thanks Lino. Great stuff!!
    "Once one can articulate an important idea into a concise statement, then one can use the statement and not have to have the fear of changing behavior." - Ed Catmull on Pixar creativity

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    just to save an extra click

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    Very useful stuff!
    Thanks!!

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    Thank you so much Lino! This looks awesome.
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    Lino, awesome! Thank you.

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    Thanks Lino - this was really informative! I love these videos - keep them coning!
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    Outstanding tut.

    Thanks!!

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    thanks lino, perfect, as always

    but when i saw the part where you manually created the weightmaps for every layer, i thought it would be cool and very useful (when you have many layers) if there was a scipt that automatically creates a weight for every or selected layer, maybe with defining the name of the weight
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