Element move to the mouth

  • Hey Mohamed,

     

    When you mean to move to the mouth do you mean to have the object appear when you open your mouth? Or maybe have it move from somewhere else to the mouth?  To make it appear you will have to use tweens and a head binding to have the object bind to the mouth once it has moved.  If you can describe in more detail I'm sure I could help you more specifically.

     

    Happy Creating,

    Ryan

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  • Hey Mohamed Murad

    You can do this with the Tween Manager Script and the Behavior Script.

    Some tutorials are listed below.

    Tutorial1

    Tutorial2

    Tween Manager

     

    Cheers,

    SirQu3ntin

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  • Yeah that's what I mean 

    move from somewhere to the mouth

    What I need to do that make chips appear and move from the chips bag to the mouth when I open the mouth


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  • Got it, 

     

    So the best thing to do is to add a tween manager and 3 behavior scripts.  Delete the examples from the tween manager.   Then create an image object and replace the image with your chip bag and scale to how you would like it.  Make it so it looks like the screenshot you showed.  Then click add component, script, Tween Transform, and take a look at these settings which should roughly place the chip bag near the mouth.  Make sure to copy all of these settings but tweak the start and end positions.  

    Next, create a face image, place the chip back in it and position it over the mouth.  Then disable it so it doesn't show in the preview.  Once done copy these settings and place them in each of your behavior scripts.

    This might be a little hard to understand so I have also included a link to my template here

    https://gum.co/XhpMl

    Happy Creating,

    Ryan 

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  • Ryan

    thank you very much, I did it

    but I have some problems with the motion I will send you the file and you will see what I mean and please if you have time to solve it or tell how I can solve it please do that

    https://gum.co/HNjwE

    Thanks a lot for your time brother.

     

     

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  • Hey Mohamed, 

    So for some reason, the file wouldn't open in lens studio, even though all the data is there so maybe someone from lens studio can look into that.  Anyway, what specifically isn't working so I walk you through how to fix it?

    Happy Creating,

    Ryan

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  • Okay I don't know how I can explain the problem but I will record a video for you

    now I need to make the motion of the chips better that that

    the first motion its happen for one time and I neet it to happen with every time I open the mouth

    and the second problem 

    the chips stop on the lip, how I can make it in the mouth, not on the lip ?

    i don't know if you understand anything I said or not but with the video, you will see and you tell me what can I do to make it better

    https://gum.co/nqLsh

    thank you

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  • Got it,

    So what you are going to want to do is go into the image object, look at the tween and set loop type to loop.  Then go into your second behavior, it should be the one that says set enabled as the response type.  Change the event type to mouth open and action type to disable.   Then go to the behavior under that and change the event type to mouth closed and set the action to disable.  You can then delete the head binding and the head binding script.  Hope this solves the issue!

     

    Happy Creating,

    Ryan

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  • It didn't work brother

    I did exactly what you said but the same thing happen when I do this

    I will try to upload the file again if it work it will help

    https://gum.co/EiGwm

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  • It didn't work brother

    I did exactly what you said but the same thing happen when I do this

    I will try to upload the file again if it work it will help

    https://gum.co/EiGwm

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  • I just uploaded mine to gumroad, check out the link and just replace your assets.  Sorry for the dragging of this.

    https://gum.co/XhpMl

     

    Happy Creating,

    Ryan

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  • It not exactly what I need 

    can you check my link and try with my project?

    https://gum.co/EiGwm

     

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  • Good job

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