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I'm having this problem this is my first time rigging a bone into a mesh. My problem would be that the "left mid finger" whenever I rotate the bone the mesh doesn't quite follow. Any help would be appreciated.

Here is the link for my thesis character. http://sta.sh/01wwlon92de8

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  • $\begingroup$ Mid1.L bone has an influence that goes too far. And this part of the model is also influenced by the right part (Mid1.R) $\endgroup$ – lemon Feb 27 '17 at 13:18
  • $\begingroup$ A way to see that is to see your mesh in edit mode. Then select a vertex and in the panel to the right (the one obtained with N), you have the list of the groups in which this vertex is involved $\endgroup$ – lemon Feb 27 '17 at 13:21
  • $\begingroup$ Sir/Ma'am I really don't know that, Is that the vertex group problem? or the weight $\endgroup$ – Gerald Feb 27 '17 at 13:22
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To identify this kind of problems.

Enter edit mode for the mesh, select one of the vertices and look at the panel on the right: you will see the bones influences.

Here, we see that one of the right finger bones influences the left part:

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A second problem, is the influence of the mid1.L bone which goes to far along the finger:

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As indicated by @Tak, you can reparent all... but this is not always wanted, so these few explanations may interest you.

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The problem is that the upper bone of that finger weighting is wrong. To solve this, select your mesh then then shift+select your armature and choose parent with automatic weighting and the problem will be fixed as shown below:

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you sir that solved my problem. I really do appreciate the fast reply sir. Thank you $\endgroup$ – Gerald Feb 27 '17 at 13:30

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