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I´ve been working a lot with CATrig lately and it´s pretty easy to quickly build a simple rig, but when it comes to more complicated stuff, CATrig just doesn´t really deliver or even causes huge problems. I guess it´s mostly just a "quick&dirty" solution for minor characters, but not really something for more complex rigs?

Would love to hear your opinion/experiences with that thing. Can it be useful in some cases or should it be avoided completely?
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You pretty much explained it yourself: Its good for a quick solution for most generic things but if you have a specific important model its best to make your own fully custom rig.
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>I´ve been working a lot with CATrig lately and it´s pretty easy to quickly build a simple rig
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Fuck CAT and FUCK rigging in 3DS Max
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avoid at all cost then, thanks for the clear answer




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