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Hey /3/

What is your opinion on auto-rigs?

I'm in my graduation year and I'm planning to build an auto-rigger.
Most autoriggers are counter-intuitive and generally a hastle. I want my rig to meet a couple requirements.

>Easy and intuitive to use
>Should be able to handle both easy and complex models
>Should be useful for both beginners and more experienced 3D'rs

Plan on using a system kinda related to building blocks. Import a hand, put it in place etc. Model with five legs would not be a problem, just import five legs for example.

What do you guys think?
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Most autorigs are shit, one ive found that actually really damn good is Rapid Rig Advanced
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I'm pretty sure the best one around is Advanced Skeleton

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BifesWXUNrU

By a mile.
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doesnt this kinda depend on what you are planning to do with whatever you are rigging?
with all the extras if you try to pull a rig like that into unity and use it in mecanim for example you are gonna have a bunch of ass to pain through.
if you are just animating sure...
rigify -> blender addon
easy
can produce a rig for whatever human model with a couple clicks



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