McCoy Buck posts a look at the various binding methods in Moho Pro, including layer binding versus the point binding method.
Once you have an application that has joints or bones, you need a way to attach the artwork to them. If you use Moho Pro, you can choose between a few methods, the key of which are layer binding and point binding. But what are the differences between these two binding methods? That is the subject of McCoy Buck’s latest two-part tutorial.
Buck notes that point binding may be better for you if you want to bind multiple layers to one bone or various shapes to one layer. The layer method is a popular one for rigging a group of layers at once or single layers too.
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