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Dagooos

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About Dagooos

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  • Interests
    Boating, Ice fishing, muscle cars and all sorts of animation
  • A:M version
    old version
  • Hardware Platform
    Windows
  • System Description
    AMD 3200 160gb 1 gb ram
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  • Name
    David Seymour
  • Location
    Oswego, NY
  1. Thanks Rodney Ive been itching to do another one of those 11 second club clips. Those are fun to do!
  2. LOL , what a fitting thread to show my age!!! I need glasses
  3. Hey, David and everyone else Thank you, for the birthday wishes! It must be long time no see Robert doesn't even remember me HAHA I Haven't done any animating since TWO but I like to check in once in a while to see whats going on. I do miss working with A:M and the people though. I bet the real time play-back is quite awesome now.
  4. Dagooos

    "Escalated"

    Wow, if thats only after 2.5 months I can't wait to see your stuff in a couple years! Nice work. As for the last shot I'll guess the guy getting into the truck. David
  5. Happy Birthday!

  6. Happy Birthday!

  7. LOL.. He looks very loose. It would be interesting to try that setup applied to an acting shot. Something that automatically loosened up a character would be way cool.
  8. Happy Birthday!

  9. Happy Birthday

  10. Happy Birthday!

  11. I did try before the install rig plug-in but like you said took hours and the end result was (to say the least) less then perfect. I don't even remember if it was useable. Then I tried it again with the install plug-in and was successful but still took me a long time. Third time was a quick and easy and I felt confident I was installing correctly. It's nice to see something like this happen. David Simmons, you, Hash (and others) have put an unbelievable amount of work into this rig and it will be nice to see it finally getting installed in a lot more characters now.
  12. OK, tried it this morning works great! Not much time so I didn't install the face stuff yet. I have to look at another model to get an idea of the correct bone placement. Took me about 20 - 30 minutes to install the rig without weighting and face. Which is sweet when I installed by hand the last time it took me hours. With this step by step install method, anyone should be able to install (actually kind of fun too) the rig without a problem. Thanks for doing this! David
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