adobe character animator head flying off her bady!

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Apr 21, 2020 Apr 21, 2020

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Here, I am doing up a cartoon graphic. I am working on this for the last two days non stop, I have deleted the project so many time, and looked online for info. I cant find any videos on this subject. How can I keep her head on the body? I will use a few different hears and profiles if I can get the hear to keep on her neck. Thanks Jimmy

 

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LEGEND , Apr 21, 2020 Apr 21, 2020
Common problem in these forums. If you go to the Face behavior, there is a Head Position Strength setting. Set it to something small (i usually use 0). That stops the head from drifting off as you move around in the webcam. I would also recommend moving the neck to the body and extend it up behind head with a semi-circle on the end. I think it looks better for the head to rotate, not the neck with it.

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Common problem in these forums. If you go to the Face behavior, there is a Head Position Strength setting. Set it to something small (i usually use 0). That stops the head from drifting off as you move around in the webcam.

 

I would also recommend moving the neck to the body and extend it up behind head with a semi-circle on the end. I think it looks better for the head to rotate, not the neck with it.

 

 

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