Barbell - Liquid Hangs Prop 2

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The popular Liquid Hangs prop was definitely a hit of last year featured in pics and animations all over the place and its about time for a logical upgrade. We have new shapes, flexes, skins and rigging concepts to suit different scenarios.

What’s included:

  • Advance Hang (Rigged, Flexes & Multi Skin)
  • Jiggle Hang 01 (Rigged, Jiggle, Flexes & Multi Skin)
  • Jiggle Hang 02 (Rigged, Jiggle, Flexes & Multi Skin)
  • Jiggle Hang 03 (Rigged, Jiggle, Flexes & Multi Skin)
  • Jiggle Hang 04 (Rigged, Jiggle, Flexes & Multi Skin)
  • Simple Hang 01 (Rigged & Multi Skin)
  • Simple Hang 02 (Rigged & Refract Skin)
  • Simple Hang 03 (Rigged, Flexes & Multi Skin)
  • Simple Hang 04 (Rigged & Multi Skin)
  • Advance Splat 01 (Rigged, Flexes & Multi Skin)


  • Flexes don’t work when refract textures are used, this is just a limitation of the SFM engine.
  • Take some initiative too. VMT files are easy to edit, it’s possible to recolor things and even change the speed of the texture scrolling etc.
  • Don’t forget you can scale bones to make these thing bigger and smaller especially for the simplehang01-02 which doesn’t have flexes.




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  Barbell_-_Liquid_Hangs_2.rar   6032 2017-02-07 00:20:59 8.31 MB
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