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I need somebody help to update super toucan.
down what needs to be done:

  • Hit box;
  • pivot points;
  • Collision points;
  • FM;

He is not flying like the real one.

I do not know where to set this in the files.

 

 

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how it should be

 

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Hello Denis, :smile:

May I help You to work on hit boxes and collision points ?

What are the "pivot points" ?

Best regards,

P.

Edit : Hit boxes & Collision Points.7z

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7 hours ago, Coupi said:

 

Great work my friend and brother.
As always very helpful and professional.
I do not know any of this, I do not know what is pivot points.
Thanks for your help and the others who could help, today I do not have the time to do these updates.

 

Olá Denis :smile:

Posso ajudá-lo a trabalhar em caixas de impacto e pontos de colisão?

Quais são os "pontos de articulação"?

Cumprimentos,

P.

Editar  :  caixas de acerto e pontos de colisão.

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