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  1. baljeetbhartiya

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    Posted 6 years ago
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    What is corrective Shapes,Any Good Link to Learn how to use corrective shapes.Why we use corrective shapes.

  2. Javier "Goosh" Solsona (admin)

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    Posted 6 years ago
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    Corrective shapes are used when the deformation of a model doesn't look very good so you add a blendshape to get the model to look ok

    You can use them say in the elbow. you bend the elbow and the arm deformation might not look the way you want, so you add a blendshape to get the correct shape

    you can also use corrective shapes when using blendshapes.. say you have shapes A and B
    But when both A and B are activated, they don't look very good, so you create a new shape C, that is a fix for when both A & B are active.. it can get complicated that way

    Javier

  3. baljeetbhartiya

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    Posted 6 years ago
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    Any Good Link to Learn how to use corrective shapes.

  4. sim.On

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    Posted 6 years ago
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    for the "theory" of using "corrective-shapes" when using with bone-setups:

    take a look at the last image on this side ... because corrective-blendshapes when used with joint-skeletons , are relative to the joints , so they might look a bit funky for you , when you first create them .
    http://www.b-ling.com
    ( unfortunately there are no new-compiles for the plugin , you can still use the old bCorrectiveShapes.mel-script , to create them )

    or use this "new python-script" for caculating them , it can be found on Chad Vernon's Blog
    http://www.chadvernon.com/blog/maya/free-cvshapeinverter-tool/
    ( but i did not test it yet, personally )

    one more ressource , might be , to use CS ( correctiveshapes ) with "POSEREADER"-plugin from Michael Comet - this might be a great help , once you need an automatism for steering the CS.

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