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What are the most important things to have in mind when rigging a non-bipedal model? For example a spider or a centaur
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>>618880
They have more limbs.
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>>618880
https://www.3dtotal.com/tutorials/

https://www.3dtotal.com/tutorials/

https://www.3dtotal.com/sitesearch.php?searchsitetop=Jahirul+Amin&topform=1
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>>618904
Although technically truthful, this post made me kek.
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>>618905
I had no clue this existed
Thank you
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>>618987
>I had no clue this existed
That's because most of it is old as hell. 3DT was a great resource like 8 years ago, and while there is some new content, it starts to get pretty old fast when you go to later pages. Be wary of this as you may get funneled into practices that are outdated by today's standards.
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>>618880
>non-bipedal model
Use biped and add bones as needed.




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