Tagged 'hierarchy'

Helper Manager

A panel containing many functions for creating point or dummy helpers. Some features include...

- The ability to add helpers to a selection of objects.

- The ability to add helper to subobject faces, based either on direct selection or named selection sets.

- A shared size setting used throughout all creation methods.

- Point helper style toggles.

- Many methods of creation such as origin, surface, object pivots, picked verts.

- You can duplicate an existing hierarchy with new helpers or Bone System, or even a key baked hierarchy.


 The Outliner 2.0 is a fast and easy to use scene management tool. It has a wide range of features, including selecting, hiding, freezing, linking and grouping objects in the "Hierarchy Mode". In the "Layer Mode" you can organize your scene by dragging&dropping objects from one layer to the other. What's more, the Outliner offers support for nested layers, to manage scenes more efficiently. The interface is nimble enough to keep it open constantly.

Superflow Elements



V-MOTION - SF Elements // Superflow Motion Designer Toolkit // www.v-motion.co


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Quick Parent Link

Quick Parent Link is a script to allow you to quickly pick a chain of obects to set them into a parent/child hierarchy. It works a little more efficiently than the native Select and Link tool (which requires you to click child, drag to parent, let go, then select that parent as a child again and drag to its parent, etc).

Pick Hierarchy

This script lets you select whole hierarchies by picking one object in viewport which is belongs to that hierarchy. It's very handy to select open groups as well.


This is a scripted utility plugin to animate a hierarchy or set of hierarchies with only ONE CLICK!, to simulate smooth and soft tree and plants natural movement.

Link Array (directional)

This code simply allows a users to link a selection of objects based on the order of selection. You can use either 0 or 1 to define the direction. That allows you to link everything forwards or backwards. Rather simple code but I figured someone would find use for it.

fn fnLinkArray arr dir:0= (
	if dir != 0 then (
		reverseArr = for i = arr.count to 1 by -1 collect arr[i]
		arr = reverseArr	
	for o in arr do o.parent = undefined
	for i = 1 to (arr.count-1) do
		child = arr[i]
		parent = arr[i+1]
		child.parent = parent

Grab Hierarchy

Selecting whole heirarchy by picking one belonging object.
Similar to Sergo's "Pick Hierarchy" script but simplified code.

Superflow Original


V-MOTION - Superflow Original

Developed by Ian Clemmer http://www.ianclemmer.com

Programmed by Panayot Karabakalov a.k.a. Anubis http://www.scriptspot.com/users/anubis


Place on your toolbar and toggle the button to view hierarchy links. Shows your links like a skeleton.

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