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 Post subject: Dynamic Pivot Tumbling compounds
PostPosted: 19 Feb 2016, 15:08 
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Always go out with a bang right? :D

Files: https://app.box.com/s/17lovbvnhadcapvfd47pgst22ufs6pq1
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 Post subject: Re: Dynamic Pivot Tumbling compounds
PostPosted: 19 Feb 2016, 16:59 
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probiner, thank you very much! :ymhug:


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 Post subject: Re: Dynamic Pivot Tumbling compounds
PostPosted: 19 Feb 2016, 19:00 
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That's great - thanks for sharing these Pedro. It should be a standard tool in any rigging software (but is in none afaik!)

*btw thought I'd mention .. I noticed you have polygon info on in the viewport. For some reason in a lot of scenes it will slow down the viewport performance down to 1/5th in some cases (lots of polygons).

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 Post subject: Re: Dynamic Pivot Tumbling compounds
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Many thanks Pedro.


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 Post subject: Re: Dynamic Pivot Tumbling compounds
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rray wrote:
That's great - thanks for sharing these Pedro. It should be a standard tool in any rigging software (but is in none afaik!)

*btw thought I'd mention .. I noticed you have polygon info on in the viewport. For some reason in a lot of scenes it will slow down the viewport performance down to 1/5th in some cases (lots of polygons).


It's a bad habbit of mine :D Thanks for the notification.
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 Post subject: Re: Dynamic Pivot Tumbling compounds
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I noticed I made the mistake of assuming the forward vectors will always be pointing out, and they don't, so I was trying to use the compound today and failing. Hadn't encountered this before but it is now fixed. Same file link updated.
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 Post subject: Re: Dynamic Pivot Tumbling compounds
PostPosted: 19 Mar 2016, 00:00 
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Thanks for the fix :-bd

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