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Using the limits on a figure’s individual joints can help keep things from becoming twisted or distorted excessively in extreme poses, or prevent a bone’s movement from getting out-of-hand. Here’s how:
TIP! To prevent distortion and contorting when you pose your figures with PowerPose, it’s best to leave the Respect Limits setting on for each joint of a figure’s three rotational axes (bend, twist, and side-side). If you have limits turned off, keep a very close eye on your movements and perform those movements in small steps. DAZ Original figures have limits pre-built into them. Though it takes time, you can manually set the Min and Max limits on each joint in any figure that does not have them.