WildBill Posted November 9, 2017 Share Posted November 9, 2017 Hello! So this is weird.... I've got a rigged character in Blender that I want to duplicate so that I can animate a scene with two characters interacting. The issue I'm having is that when I duplicate that mesh in Blender (by selecting both the mesh and the armature and pressing Shift + D) and export it, the duplicated character is rotated differently in my BJS scene than it was in Blender. If I rotate the duplicated mesh 45 degrees (along the Z axis) in Blender, then export it to a .babylon file, it renders as being rotated 90 degrees in BJS. Rotating him 90 degrees in Blender gets even weirder: the mesh starts rotating along a different axis. And if I rotate him further then he starts doing all sorts of crazy acrobatics. Here's a few screenshots of what I'm talking about: Any ideas why it's rotating like this or how I might fix it? I have a hunch it's something to do with how I duplicated the mesh (maybe Shift + D was a bad idea? Is there a better way to duplicate this rigged mesh?) but I'm a newbie to Blender and BJS and I'm at a loss here. My log file didn't return any errors when I exported the .babylon file too, for what that might be worth. I'd be happy to attach the .blend and .babylon files too if that'd help diagnose it, just let me know! As a side note, I've been lurking these forums for a while and its incredible how helpful everyone here has been. Your answers on all these countless old topics has helped me get this far, I feel like I already owe you guys big time. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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