Monthly Archives: February 2015

The YF-19: Some housecleaning

I have questions. Why do the bones keep popping back when I made a pose change? What’s the right hierarchy? Is it bones over geometry? All geometry stacked together in a group and the bones take care of them independently, … Continue reading

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Blender IK arm

The week developed in some more rigging tutorials and testing, this time with a universal joint system that will work perfectly for the YF-19 robot arms, so I can emulate the mechanics of a heavy duty hydraulic (thermonuclear powered?) limb … Continue reading

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Blender physics, drivers, cloth sim..

I won’t name this one “YF-19” since there was no much around that this week. I just spent it doing some more tutorials on rigging, but I guess showing their result is therapeutical because it makes me feel like I … Continue reading

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The YF-19: Rear Landing Gear

I had a very productive week rigging the rear landing gear! I am slowly, but surely, becoming better at problem-solving the little things that come up. Though I’m still miles behind anyone who rigs something for a living, the experience … Continue reading

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