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    Pivot Stk making Help

    I made a pivot stk that was meant to resemble cloud from FF7 but why i increase, decrease or move his head his hair gets holes in it http://img337.imageshack.us/img337/5...problemqq0.gif you need to have the internet explorer maximised so you can see it realy.
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    There is actually a pretty simple solution I use. Just go all out with the segmenst. Look where the holes are in the hair, then draw like five lines going over that. Then find the next hole...so on and so forth...

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    This happens a lot with filled sticks, you have to be careful when you make the colored part in the editor or it'll do that when you make anything bigger.

    Go back to the editor and add more lines where the holes are, like b4r1 said. That should solve it for you.

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    thanks but it says i can't put anymore segemants on it is there anyway i can put more on ?
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    Well if you reached the figure limit (256 segments or something) than youve reached the limit.

    Bout the holes, dont worry about them. Barely noticable. Especially when the anim is in motion, and sized down.
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