Copy Scale Constraint
Mode: Object and Pose modes
Panel: Constraints (Object context and sub-context, F7, or Editing context, F9, when in Pose mode)
The Copy Scale constraint forces its owner to have the same scale as its target.
- This constraint uses one target, and is not functional (red state) when it has none.
- When enabled, this control allows the owner to be scaled (using its current transform properties), relatively to its target’s scale.
- X, Y, Z
- These buttons control along which axes the scale is constrained – by default, it is along the three ones.
- This constraint allows you to chose in which space evaluate its owner’s and target’s transform properties.
A Copy Scale constraint applied to
Owner empty, using
Target_1 empty as target. In the third picture, the Offset option is enabled, and hence the owner‘s scale is offset from its target’s one.
Without the Offset option, the constrained object cannot be scaled, it is stuck to its target’s scale. With the Offset option, it can be scaled, relatively to its target…
The green constrained bone copies the scale of the blue target one…