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Does anyone know a Python script it can be animated, does not have to be Python or can point me in the right direction for this? Good catch I didn't see the notes below. It does not have to by Python, It can be keyframes. You need shape keys. Because the other bones are kept in the same position and with the same scale, the veins and arteries stay relatively still.
Add bones for the arteries and veins. I ended up just using a wave modifier on the different heart valve and although it was good enough for my job it didn't look as good as the reference video.
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From the link I posted it almost looks like a wave modifier. To keep the rest of the heart still the other bones are affecting the veins and arteries. I already created the heart. Add more shapes if you need.
Sign up using Facebook. What is wrong with keyframes?
I just figured maybe someone wrote a script to automate this. These bones will keep that part of the heart relatively stationary. One of these is shown.
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I believe shape keys would of been best for this. How to animate a beating heart? The weights for the 4 bones in the heart are shown below. The menu which appears will have an option for armature deform with automatic weights. This will automatically setup all of the weights for the different bones on the mesh.
Select all of the bones and join them into a single armature.
Add two shape keys. Select each new key and edit the heart. Yes I already created a heart model.
Model the object you have done that already. This allows each bone to affect only part of the mesh in the heart. The armature is connected to the mesh using automatically calculated weights see armature automatic weights.