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Rigging in Autodesk Maya Chapter 06 - Reverse foot technique - Maya 3D tutorial


welcome to the 6th and perhaps one of the most important chapter of rigging a character. In this chapter we will discuss how to create the reverse foot setup in a character rig. In this chapter you will come to know the theory behind the reverse foot and the most effective way to accomplish it. Hope you will enjoy it.
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