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Old 03-11-2017, 11:02 AM   #1
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limit float and ease curve problem

hi everybody
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i Rigged a simple character in 3ds max 2016 and used limit float on some controls. It worked without problem but when I applied ease curve to these controls the ease curve not applied!!
I used limit float on finger Rotation and facial controls so they do not Rotate-move far more than specific value.
is there any way to use ease curve to this kind of controls.

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Old 06-11-2017, 11:10 AM   #2
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It is likely you'll need to apply the ease curve on the underlying tracks, not the limit controller itself. Does that work?

Also... please for the love of all that is good, remove limits from stuff like fingers. Unnecessary limits is one of the most annoying things an animator could face; unless you're dealing with kindergarten children, leave the decision of how far to push the rig to the animator.

The limits on control-board facial controls could be regarded as different, it's best they stay within their boxes, otherwise it gets pretty messy. If the facial controls are stuff like FK brows straight on the face, there's no point having limits there either.
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Thank you insect. first for ease curve problem and second for rigging advise. It worked perfectly!!!
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