Shape with bones attaching to other shape

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paintedthorn
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Shape with bones attaching to other shape

Post by paintedthorn » Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:24 pm

Hi,
Thanks so much for this awesome rig!! For some reason on my 4th character (others were fine) - I have a side view of female. When I create bones in the spine it works but if I then create bones in her pony tail the shape meshes with the spine. Visa versa. I've tried everything I can think of. The only thing that works is creating the pony tail in another composition but then to animate I have to constantly go into that compensation.

In picture you can't tell but that is her chest with white tie combined with her ponytail:)
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Thanks!
Karen

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Duduf
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Re: Shape with bones attaching to other shape

Post by Duduf » Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:12 pm

I think you just did not rename the pins before creating the bones. Expressions use layer names, so you can't have two layers (or two pins here) with the same name.

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