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spend 20 minutes adding a few bones to model in blender, go into pose mode, cant pose. fantastic.

is there any good programs to just simply pose a model for 3d printing or is blender my easiest route? because im confused as heck right now.
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That's probably because you didn't read the manual, fuckwit.
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>>625881
Did you even parent the mesh to your bones?
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>>625881
>doing things outside my realm of knowledge
>Too lazy to look it up
>Bitch on 4chinz
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>>625970
Is this not a thing in other programs? serious question, I've only ever used blender.

>>625973
some UIs are unintuitive...

>>625973
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>>625881
>just simply pose a model
lol
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>>625881
Just go here, download the file and install it.
http://www.manuelbastioni.com/download.php

After that, watch this video. You should be up and running with a rigged character in minutes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lyENimCZaE
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>>625973
Proplr like him should be arrested and beaten, once in 4-6 months.
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>>626025
But why? It doesn't change anything, they won't learn.

A more final solution is needed.
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>>625881
uhhhhh mixamo
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>>626024
I've been playing around with this plugin, and I'm new to 3d modelling as a whole. I know blender supports scripting, but is it possible to edit the models dimensions through the console? Or to use the load dimensions function programmatically preferably?




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