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While a minor bug that you may not encounter unless you use the Bake Appearance button on the Edit Bones Panel of Duik Bassel, I did want to publish this video explaining a work around in case anyone was unfamiliar with how to deal with expressions when the go bad. It will be fixed in the next release of DUIK in a few weeks.
Add Bones Panel bug to be fixed in next release
While working on the tutorial for the DUIK Bassel Quick Tips section about the Edit Bones Panel, I found a minor bug in the script. If you decide to use the Bake Appearance Button, which erases the scripts that allow you to change the size and color of the bone icons, the script doesn't do a complete job and throws you an error. I submitted a bug report and Nicolas Dufresne who responded saying the fix will come soon in the 16.2.8 release.
Vimeo and donQmedia posting dates change
From this date forward I'll be posting my tutorials on donQmedia's website two weeks before making them public on Vimeo. In the past, I published on both sites simultaneously. I'll be using this short announcement format to inform you when a tutorial is in the works and when it will be released.
Updated: 20 March 2020
The next video to be published will be in the Duik Bassel Interface section titled Add & Edit Bones Panels. It will be posted on 20 March 2020.
To be announced.
As followers of this website know, when I publish a video series schedule or tell you the date something will be posted I rarely miss that promised date. Unfortunately, this is one of those rare times. The irony is the promised tutorial is finished, at least the tutorial part…
As the name implies, Quick Tips are very short tutorials focusing on one feature or concept. Most often the tutorial's focus will be around the use of After Effects and character animation. My goal is to make them less than 10 minutes long, and very much to the point. Occasionally, I will…
As you can see by the posting dates, donQmedia has been inactive for quite some time (except for updates here and there which are hardly noticeable unless you happen upon an updated page). While it is normal for me to go months before posting a tutorial series…
Downloadable project files are now on the page of their respective tutorials. I found keeping a separate page for downloads an unnecessary option, as it made more sense to keep the files directly on the page where the project is introduced – a one click stop, if you will.Regards,