Influence clothes on separate layers when moving arms

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Feb 04, 2019 Feb 04, 2019

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Hi there,

I am fiddling around a little while and wonder if it would be possible to influence clothes on separate layers when moving arms and legs e.g. skirt, cape, ...

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LEGEND , Feb 04, 2019 Feb 04, 2019
you can make clothes a child of parent layers and so make them independent with dangles etc.  But if arms are independent to body it does get interesting joining it all together.Generally things can only have one parent, so only one influencer. So if you are trying to attach a cape to neck and arms, there are pins, but it only helps if neck and arms are in same layer dependence group (it fails if arms are independent)

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you can make clothes a child of parent layers and so make them independent with dangles etc.  But if arms are independent to body it does get interesting joining it all together.

Generally things can only have one parent, so only one influencer. So if you are trying to attach a cape to neck and arms, there are pins, but it only helps if neck and arms are in same layer dependence group (it fails if arms are independent)

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